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Where can I get a free Solaris player for .wav files?
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What do you mean with "wave" player? There is the audiotool program but I don't know if it is what you need.
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Try rplay - available at ftp://ftp.x.org/contrib/audio/rplay - it
compiles first time through with Solaris 2.5/gcc 2.7.2.
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