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Using PulseAudio as network sound server on Ubuntu and Fedora

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When I hear word PulseAudio the first thing that comes to my mind is one sleepless summer night back in 2008. when I was up trying to make my sound work on Ubuntu Hardy Heron (8.04) PC. PulseAudio had rocky start back in 2008. when it first appeared inside Ubuntu and Fedora distros that decided to implement this new piece of code designed to expand Linux audio sky with ton of new possibilities. I think that most of us would agree that these days PulseAudio mostly works. When I say it works I mean that most users can't say is PulseAudio demon running in background or not. Sound just works. The sound worked before PulseAudio was introduced, so someone might ask what's the point in going trough all this trouble to adopt PulseAudio? In this post I will show you how to use PulseAudio the way it was meant to be used - as network sound server. Follow me...

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