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:
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): pulse, 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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|September 1, 2003|