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[Discuss] share keyboard/video/mouse with 2 desktops

On Mon, Jul 07, 2014 at 11:59:34AM -0400, John Hall wrote:
> Audio ( for whatever setup you choose)
> It can be very useful to string the output sound of one machine into the
> input of the other one.  It would be an interesting project to get pulse to
> work across systems set up like this. As far as I know as it is you will
> have to use the audio controls on both computers and your screen to get the
> sound set up but this is worth it if you might miss a message or run
> long-running processes or monitoring for which an alert at the end would be
> useful.

It is much, much simpler and less likely to fail to do this in
hardware. Amazon sells 2-4 channel stereo mixers for $25-50.
Plug them in to all your computers, set the relative volumes
once, and never think about it again.


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