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esound4iphone is a Quick'n'dirty port of the popular "Enlightened Sound Daemon", a network transparent audio protocol who's main use is enabling sound to be outputted from one machine and played back on another (other protocols to achieve such functionality include RAOP- used by apples airport express, and PulseAudio) Esound clients are available on windows, Mac OS X, and Linux (through both the original esound implementation and through PulseAudio). The application is still in pre-alpha and as
raopd was intended to be software to stream audio from a Linux box to an Apple AirPort Express. After getting an initial proof-of-concept working, I concluded that I have better uses of my time. pulseaudio has also integrated support for streaming to AEX, although I have not used it. What follows is my original project description: The system consists of two pieces. The first piece is an ALSA kernel driver to provide an audio device for applications to use for audio output. The second piece is a
What it is----------This program emulates an AirPort Express for the purpose of streaming music from iTunes and compatible iPods and iPhones. It implements a server for the Apple RAOP protocol.ShairPort does not support AirPlay v2 (video and photo streaming).Build Requirements------------------Required:* OpenSSLOptionally:* libao* PulseAudio* avahiDebian/Raspbian users can get the basics with`apt-get install libssl-dev libavahi-client-dev libasound2-dev`Runtime Requirements--------------------Yo