# To subscribers of the xforms list from "zaphodb" <email@example.com> :
> I found another Xserver which is very simple to use and i get some good
> with it.
> Take a look to http://www.starnet.com/productinfo .... you can download a
> version with 2 hour limited session..
Thx again Yann!
The combination fo the starnet server and the xforms89 cygwin distribution
fine now. Took some hacking, but I managed to get the combination working.
The program (a vocoder for musical purposes in case I hadn't mentioned it,
take a look at hte software section at http://www.casema.net/~zaphodb if you
are interested in some pictures) seems to be working all right now apart
aspect and that
is playing an audiofile. This is done in the source by writing blocks of
data to /dev/dsp
I can't hear any audio though and the program does not crash nor do I get
message or warning that there is something wrong. Is the cygwin
transparent enough in this aspect that I should hear something at this point
or am I
expecting too much of it?
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