<title> documentation for alsa-tools0.9.4
<p> Alsa has come a long way sinse it was first created. What a system! It use to be speech was only a thing of the Windows world. Not anymore!
Alsa, however sophisticated, lacked one thing that has sparked much debate. It lacked the frameview.
Now, you may be thinking, "hold on...this isn't windows... we are dealing with the world of console!"
Yes, you are right. You see, alsa was made to be a flexible system and while it cannot currently be ported to a Windows machine we have no reason to say it cannot have slight (slight) Windows characteristics.
This will be described in more detail later on.
<h2> Frameview with alsa?
<p> I would first like to make one thing clear:
alsa has nothing to do with Jaws for Windows!
However, be that as it may, the kernal allows for such alterations because it was designed to be networked to a Windows machine. Therefore, the Multiple Document Interface (mdi) has met alsa!
What will this do for us is allow us, the users, to assign labels to a screen such as is done in the Jaws For Windows program.
However, with differences.
For one thing, an external synthesizer is used which puts little wear and tear on the processor.
This makes networking (specificly package handling) a quick process.
This means increased productivity in the work place!
Am I turning alsa windows-based?
<p> Alsa is under the New General public lisence
This means it is freely distributed and is not to be sold to someone like Microsoft.
Personally, I don't know why you would do such a thing!
<h1> System requirements
<p> Linux is not as strict as windows when it comes to this, therefore
Redhat (all versions) support the alsa system.
Also debean systems provide support.
Well, that covers it. Any problems, questions, or concerns, please email me at: