Version 3.3.2 (with Linux support) released Jun 29 1999
Download via http rplay-3.3.2.tar.gz
Debian package available in Debian slink and potato distributions.
* Added devrplay.so which can be used with LD_PRELOAD to add rplay support to audio applications use /dev/dsp. devrplay is known to work with rvplayer, xmp, mpg123, freeamp, s3mod, esd (Enlightenment Sound Daemon) and even rplayd itself. devrplay.so should be installed in your LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Example usage: bash$ LD_PRELOAD=devrplay.so rvplayer bash$ LD_PRELOAD=devrplay.so /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/rvplayer/rvplayer bash$ LD_PRELOAD=devrplay.so dd if=/foo/bar/sound.wav of=/dev/dsp bash$ LD_PRELOAD=devrplay.so xxmp sound.mod bash$ LD_PRELOAD=devrplay.so mpg123 sound.mp3 tcsh users will probably need to `setenv LD_PRELOAD devrplay.so; command' instead of using the `LD_PRELOAD=devrplay.so command' syntax. devrplay has only been tested on Linux, but it should be possible to get it working on other systems. * Added rptp "set" command. This can be used to set rplayd variables. One important use of this is to set the audio-close variable. Examples: Tell rplayd to close the audio device: $ rptp set audio-close 1 Tell rplayd *not* to close the audio device: $ rptp set audio-close 0 * Added rplayd monitor support which allows rptp clients to monitor audio data that is written to the audio device. rptp clients can now issue the "monitor" command to start receiving audio data. One use of this feature is to pipe the audio data to a program for visual display. * rptp includes support for GNU readline and also displays progress information when doing get, put, and monitor. * Fixed several potential rplayd buffer overflows.