Given how slow XMMS::Remote responds on my laptop (not sure why), I've been thinking of ditching it in favor of SDL::Music;
So I have it a whirl like so...
my $mixer = new SDL::Mixer(-frequency=>44100,
my $mp3 = new SDL::Music('./test.mp3');
$mixer->play_channel(0, $mp3, 0);
Which dies with "open /dev/sequencer: No such device".
Why is it looking at /dev/sequencer and how do I change it?
I'm running Debian etch (alsa with oss support). I've looked through the src (SDL 2.1.3) and I can't figure for the life of me how to set it. The one audio example that comes with it (test/loopwave.pl) doesn't use SDL::Mixer, it uses SDL::NewAudioSpec to set up the audio.
Any pointers would be appreciated.
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