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    This is also true; thank you for reminding me of...

    This is also true; thank you for reminding me of that fact.

    In any case, I will stop arguing about the whole OSS vs. ALSA thing; it is off-topic in this thread and will only serve to annoy those...
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    Well, for a start, the people that would care...

    Well, for a start, the people that would care about good OSS support in PulseAudio are those that use OSS, either because they like it (like me; ALSA works on my hardware, but I prefer OSS), or...
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    OSS isn't a "legacy and crufty API". I don't know...

    OSS isn't a "legacy and crufty API". I don't know where you got that from.



    You clearly misunderstood my reply. What I meant was that, the PulseAudio module for using OSS, module-oss, is so...
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    Do tell me, under what circumstances is that "not...

    Do tell me, under what circumstances is that "not a bad thing"? Because you don't like OSS?
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    The default mixer settings are configured sanely...

    The default mixer settings are configured sanely such that multichannel and spdif out are working out of the box. Applications that try to play audio will automatically use OSS, if ALSA and...
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    It certainly did for me.

    It certainly did for me.
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    That's funny. Because in my experience,...

    That's funny. Because in my experience, installing OSS is not hard at all. On Debian, Ubuntu, et al., it's a simple case of removing the PulseAudio and ALSA packages, and installing the oss4-base...
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    Lack of proper USB and Bluetooth audio support is...

    Lack of proper USB and Bluetooth audio support is certainly a drawback of OSS, and I am not denying this. I feel disappointed that Hannu doesn't have the resources necessary to develop OSS full-time;...
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    I am unsure if you are confusing the crippled...

    I am unsure if you are confusing the crippled version of "OSS" that is included in the main Linux kernel tree, and the real, actively developed version of OSS. In any case, I am aware of the...
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    While I would not like to turn this into Linux...

    While I would not like to turn this into Linux audio debate #1e100, I would like to hear your thoughts on why OSS is "terrible", because I think that your opinion, which is sadly shared by many...
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