Re: audacity problem: no I/O devices
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En/La Marty ha escrit, a 22/05/05 17:03:
| Jonathan Kaye wrote:
|> Audacity, at least the one I'm using (ver. 1.2.3) wants /dev/dsp as its
|> i/o device. Have you got that?
| Not automatically. (I'm using udev). If I create a link to /dev/dsp, it
| disappears after rebooting, and in the meantime my OSS mixer in Gnome
| Volume Control 2.8.0 disappears. Other OSS apps seem able to locate my
| two sound devices at /dev/dsp1 and /dev/dsp2. Is there a bug to report?
What debian kernel are you running, Marty? I'm using 2.6.8 Alsa comes
with this kernel so I think /dev/dsp is part of the alsa module (I
certainly didn't have to put it in; it was just ...there). I only have
/dev/dsp; no /dev/dsp1 nor /dev/dsp2. Do you know what's using these
/dev's? Have you run alsaconf, etc. and all is well?
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