Sound in Unix
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Sound on Unix may refer to:
- Open Sound System (OSS), a standard interface for audio on in Unix operating systems
On Linux systems, OSS has been largely replaced by other audio interfaces. See also:
- Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA), the default Linux Kernel OSS replacement
- PulseAudio, a sound server
- List of Linux audio software
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