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Re: artsd is segfaulting with alsa drivers

On Tuesday 10 July 2001 02:18, Joseph Schlecht wrote:
> On Monday 09 July 2001 17:23, Stephan Jaensch wrote:
> [snip]
> > Same here. Wild guess: artsd is compiled against alsa-0.5. I never managed
> > to compile artsd against alsa-0.9 myself but against alsa-0.5 worked fine
> > so I think the KDE team has not ported artsd to alsa-0.9 yet.

Looks like Ivan managed to compile against 0.9

ds10(0) ~/debian/cupsys-1.1.8/debian > apt-cache show libarts-alsa | grep beta
Version: 4:2.2.0-0beta1-5
Depends: libaudiofile0, libc6 (>= 2.2.3-1), libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2, xlibs (>> 4.0.3), libasound2 (>=
Filename: pool/main/k/kdelibs/libarts-alsa_2.2.0-0beta1-5_i386.deb
Depends: libaudiofile0, libc6 (>= 2.2.3-1), libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2, xlibs (>> 4.0.3), libasound2 (>=

and AFAIR Ivan uses also ALSA.

> I was thinking the same thing.
> > Workaround: Compile alsa with oss-emulation support and set the sound I/O
> > method under Sound->Sound Server->Sound I/O in the control center to "Open
> > Sound System".
> [snip]
> Thanks for the workaround. Unfortunately it doesn't work for me. I tried this 
> before with $artsd -a oss and tried it through the control panel as you 
> suggested. I get a dialog box that says 'cpu overload, aborting', WTF!
> Since I have just started using alsa on this machine and the workaround does 
> not seem to work, do you think it would be best to downgrade to alsa-0.5 or 
> wait for artsd to be compiled with 0.9 support (if this is in fact the 
> issue)? Also, maybe someone on the list has another idea?

If you or Stephan, can produce a backtrace, send it to kde-multimedia@lists.kde.org
don't forget to mention what graphic cards you are using.  If you don't notify
the KDE developers they can fix it before KDE 2.2 final.

> Joseph Schlecht
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