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I'm using an Ubuntu box, I need to redirect all audio stream from my local sound card over my network. This audio stream has to be played on a remote computer. How can I do it?

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You could install rdesktop http://www.rdesktop.org/ then connect to it via a Windows computer configuring the session to move audio to the remote computer?

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Sure, have a look at setting up PulseAudio to run over your network - http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/PulseAudio/Documentation/User/Network

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I was looking for a way to simply send audio over TCP. My need was therefore slightly different but here is something that I think is pointing in the right direction for you:

How to redirect sound from microphone

However it requires that you start the "player" externally. I suspect that by adding another utility like "jack" you could achieve what you want.

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