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[opensuse] openSounDs: You have to hear this exciting new Linux distro
  • From: Brett Delmage <Brett.Delmage@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2009 19:19:00 -0400 (EDT)
  • Message-id: <alpine.DEB.2.00.0906141800520.11861@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
The new openSounDS Linux distribution comes with sound working RIGHT -- right out of the box and right off the DVD!

Tired of your audio breaking with every update? Hearing sound on only half your applications at once? Don't know what "rcalsasound restart" means ?

openSounDS is the FIRST Linux distribution that puts sound FIRST. Based on openSuSE, it uses a revolutionary approach to Linux sound that requires NO kernel drivers or modules or daemons. Your computer doesn't even need sound hardware. Think of the massive power savings that will help you reduce your environmental footprint.

Simply plug the OGGFLACMP3 player included with openSounDS into your existing speakers or headphones. Made an error and need a "ding"? Simply select the "Error ding" track and play it. You can even play it more than once if you made a big boo boo. "rm -rf /*" accidently? No problem, you can put the track into repeat mode and it will continue to play flawlessly as all your files erase. Try doing that with old-fashioned and inadequate sound systems like ALSA or Pulse!


openSounDS comes with hundreds of sounds. Nothing is missing (more or less). Everything from Error dings to the KDE intro to ominous whooshes and musical scores to accompany the latest Harry Potter Youtube trailer is included.

openSounDS is designed to grow with you. With its impressive 16 GB of storage you can collect, catalog, and play every single release of the YaST test tone. Included software allows you to update to the latest error bell track. You won't ever be embarrassed again by your friends hearing yesterday's bell.

openSounDS is RELIABLE

openSounDS is reliable. Even if your computer crashes, it won't. A collection of funeral dirges and the doomsday song is included, to play when your hard disk crashes and you haven't made a back up.

openSounDS is PORTABLE

How many times have you had the urge to hear the KDE4 intro again on your way to work -- but your computer was at home? openSounDS sound is portable! You can bring your computer sounds including all your favorites with you - even to the beach. Why lug around a back-breaking netbook with private and confidential data just to hear computer sounds wherever you are?

Order TODAY!

Order by June 31, 2009 and get an additional FREE collection of "disk tracks" including "Click/Clack I was taking a Crash", "What's the buzz?", "Help!" and more.

+++ Break the Sound Barrier. Upgrade to openSounDS today! +++

openSounDS was created by Brett Delmage, a Linux user since slackware .9-something who just installed the openSuSE 11.1 upgrades and wishes he was deaf. Because then he wouldn't care that his openSuSE sound is broken. Again.

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