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libao.conf(5)                          libao configuration                          libao.conf(5)

       libao.conf - configuration for libao.



       libao.conf  and  .libao are configuration files for libao, the audio output library.  They
       specify various options  to  libao,  as  described  below.   libao.conf  sets  system-wide
       options,  whereas  ~/.libao  sets  user-specific  options.   When an option is set in both
       places, the option in ~/.libao takes precedence.

       The file consists of comments and key-value pairs.  Comments are on  separate  lines  that
       start with a # symbol.  The key-value pairs are of the form:
       where  key contains no whitespace and no equal signs.  value will be all of the text after
       the equal sign until (but not including) the ending newline.  Beware of  extra  spaces  at
       the end of the line!  They will probably be interpreted as part of the option value.

       The  following  is  a  list of valid global option keys. Any driver specific option may be
       used as well as those keys.

                     The short name of the driver libao should  use  by  default.   Valid  values
                     include  (not  all  are  available on every platform): oss, esd, arts, alsa,
                     nas, irix, sun, and sndio.  Note that "sun" is used on many BSD  systems  as
                     well as Solaris.

              debug (Value optional/ignored)
                     Sets  all  the  drivers  as  well  as  AO itself into debugging output mode.
                     Unlike passing the debug option to a driver, debug will also print debugging
                     information from driver loading and testing.

              quiet (Value optional/ignored)
                     Sets  all  the  drivers  as well as AO itself into silent mode.  Errors will
                     return only error codes; neither ao nor the drivers will  print  any  output
                     whatsoever to stderr.

              verbose (Value optional/ignored)
                     Sets all the drivers as well as AO itself into verbose mode.

       Here is an example libao.conf that forces the OSS driver to be used by default:

           # This is a comment.

       libao.conf is missing a number of potentially useful options.

       Stan Seibert <volsung AT xiph.org>

                                        September 1, 2003                           libao.conf(5)

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