Re: Sound problem
On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 03:09:56PM -0400, Rob wrote:
> On Wednesday 22 October 2003 02:03 pm, Jonathan Melhuish wrote:
> > I'm using the OSS driver on my Debian unstable laptop, which has been
> > working fine up until now (as root), but when I try to play a local Mp3
> > with XMMS, it just plays the first sample repeatedly and does not advance.
> Kinda short on info about hardware and/or any error messages, but the first
> thing I would check is some sort of resource conflict.
> I had a similar thing happen with pcmcia and my laptop's sound card. It turned
> out to be that they were trying to use the same io port. Forcing specific
> io's in the config.opts file was the key to fixing it for me.
> Good luck.
I am using the oss commercial drivers on a Dell Inspiron I4100 and
noticed that I had some issues with IRQ sharing between sound and USB.
I had written 4Front about it because I prefer the OSS commercial
drivers for the I810 overall. You may want to check if you are sharing
IRQs between devices. The solutions to basically the same problem that
they gave was to turn off USB if not needed (not a solution for me) or
edit their config file and change a value. By changing the config file
for the commercial drivers, OSS works very well now.
After I made the change mp3blaster and xmms can play a song through all
the way :)
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