Where I am living, there is an Apple Airport Express with a nice set of speakers connected to it. I am running Fedora Linux, though, and am not interested in running iTunes in Wine to use its AirTunes. I looked around and found the seemingly inactive raop-play software to send my music from within Linux to the Airport Express. However, that didn't work for me.
Today I did some googling and found PulseAudio ticket 69 for adding support for setting an Airport Express as an audio sink. This feature isn't available by default in Fedora, though. After some poking around, I figured out what package I needed by doing
yum whatprovides /usr/lib/pulse-0.9.21/modules/module-raop-discover.soto find out that I needed the pulseaudio-module-zeroconf package.
So, after doing a quick
yum install pulseaudio-module-zeroconfand restarting pulseaudio with
pulseaudio -kI discovered that the module still wasn't loaded, requiring me to do a quick
pactl load-module module-raop-discoverAfter which I checked my audio preferences again (right clicked on the slider to find them) and found under Output a new AirPort sink to feed my audio into. Hooray! Now to find out how to have it automatically loaded, preferably without a bash configuration.