Hi, Le mardi 27 novembre 2007 à 13:45 +0100, EagleScreen a écrit : > Package: general > Severity: normal > > As users of Gnome should know, in order to enable Gnome System sounds > (login sound, logout sound, gdm ready sound, click on command sound > etc..) it is necessary to go to Preferences->Sound and > enable sounds by software (ESD), and mark for play System sounds, and > also have gnome-audio installed. > The problem is that when i enable ESD, many other aplications stop > sounding, and if i try to play a WAV file with aplay command, it > reports to me that my audio device is busy. This is my audio > device: > > 00:08.0 Multimedia audio controller: Ensoniq ES1371 [AudioPCI-97] (rev 06) > > I think this is a bug of Debian becouse this problem is not present in > other Linux distributions with Gnome in which ESD and aplay work > together, and by this i know that my sound card support > full duplex and can be used by both of them at the same time; in > addiction in old releases of Debian, i am sure that this problem was > not present. You should not install ESD; it is buggy as hell, and this is the reason why it isn't enabled by default in GNOME. If you want to share your ALSA devices with ESD, you can install libesd-alsa0 but I don't recommend that. If you really need a sound server, you should install PulseAudio which includes a compatibility layer for ALSA applications. It is considered to make PulseAudio the default sound system in GNOME, and we will probably follow upstream moves on this matter. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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