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IRIX...Playing Sounds from the Command Line

Posted on 1998-02-09
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Hi....

How do I play sounds from a script in IRIX, like in Solaris....

/app/bin/play -v100 /usr/demo/SOUND/sounds/soundfile.au

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sfplay /usr/demo/SOUND/sounds/soundfile.au
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by:rickyr
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Hi....
Great! Thanks ozo, come back for an "A"
regards
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man sfplay
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