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Author: tito
To: dng
Subject: Re: [DNG] Remote two-way sound?
On Sat, 27 Mar 2021 16:36:46 +0100
Antony Stone <Antony.Stone@???> wrote:

> Hi.
> I don't know if I'm just overlooking something obvious, but I can't
> think of the answer...
> Does anyone know of a remote access mechanism which supports two-way
> sound?
> I've deliberately worded that slightly vaguely, because I'd be happy
> with a remote desktop sharing system such as RDC / VNC where the
> remote machine has a desktop of its own which I'm just manipulating
> remotely, or with remote application access such as X server /
> client, where the remote machine is just running the application
> without a grphical display of its own, and sending the application
> windows back to me.
> Basically I want the application to be running on a remote machine,
> which I can access from my X-window Linux machine (where my preferred
> environment is KDE).    Everything is running Linux (in fact Devuan);
> I'm not trying to do anything cross-platform.

> The requirement is that I need to run applications expecting to have
> access to microphone and speakers, and those are on my local machine,
> not the remote one running the application/s.
> Bandwidth is not a problem - the machines are on a gigabit LAN; I'm
> not trying to do this over the Internet.
> If (just in case, I have no idea) it makes things any easier, I can
> easily run the application in a virtual machine on the remote
> computer, or on the native physical hardware.
> Any ideas?
> Antony.

Krdc (Kde remote desltop client) has a setting:

Sound: on this computer / Remote computer /disable sound
and Alsa/Pulseaudio/None.

Cannot say if it does what you want as I don't use audio in remote
desktop sessions.