Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 4th Apr 2009 16:36 UTC, submitted by Accident
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Using CoLinux, the Xming X server, and PulseAudio for Windows, the boys and girls behind the Portable Ubuntu for Windows project have turned the entire Ubuntu distribution into a executable that you can run within Windows. You can see some screenshots, and download it from their web page.
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RE: PulseAudio?
by de_wizze on Sun 5th Apr 2009 15:37 UTC in reply to "PulseAudio?"
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If there are so many well know problems with PulseAudio why aren't there more efforts being made to improve how it works .. better yet why aren't the ALSA people working with the PulseAudio people to make things better? That is one of the things I still ask about the OSS vs ALSA situation. But please respond to my PulseAudio question .. it seems to me to have alot of potential .. same goes for Phonon is there any effort being made by these competing technologies to interoperate? I mean they all do something good but right next to that is the fact that they all seem bent on muscling each out.

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