Re: Re: Artsd in KDE 3.2 beta 2 eating cpu.
I did mean kde 3.1 beta2 not 3.2 oops
I did have:
and libogg 1.0.0-1
I removed them and the packages that depended on them and installed:
and libogg 1.0rc3-1
after symlinking libvorbisfile.so.0 to libvorbisfile.so.3 xmms started working again but artsd still jumped to huge cpu usage.
From: peter rockai <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Mike Russell <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 14:14:52 +0200
Subject: Re: Artsd in KDE 3.2 beta 2 eating cpu.
On Fri, Oct 04, 2002 at 11:47:59AM +0000, Mike Russell wrote:
> Ive just installed the KDE 3.2 beta 2 packages from ftp.kde.org. Everything worked fine except neither Noatun or Kaboodle would play Ogg Vorbis file's. I tracked this down to artsd which was seg faulting whenever I opened a Vorbis file. After a fair bit of mucking around with libvorbis and libogg artsd stopped segfaulting and I thought all was fine until I realised that when playing a Vorbis file the sound was skipping and artsd was using 94% cpu usage! As soon as it moves onto an mp3 file the usage goes back down to 9% or so. Any ideas on a fix? The file dosnt sounds ok it just skips and eats cpu. I think its an arts issue as Xmms works fine with the same Vorbis libs.
I had similar problem long time ago, but i use noatun with ogg files
daily from some time on (without any problem). Do you have woody
versions of libvorbis/libogg?
On my computer the problem went away after some recompile, so i don't
know what can cause it :(. I'll look what versions i used for
compilation and let you know.
> ~Mike Russell