Am Fr, den 01.10.2004 schrieb Ivan Glushkov um 10:35: > Hi list, > I was running happily my ALSA untill this morning... The strangiest > think is that everything looks ok, my sound card is recognized, and running: > > %dmesg | grep intel > intel8x0_measure_ac97_clock: measured 49569 usecs > intel8x0: clocking to 48000 > > the xmms is running happily, the Volume Control applet is claiming to > put up and down the volume, but.... there is no sound at all! Nothing is > coming out niether from xmms, nor from mplayer. I hear a small squeak > when I rapidly put the volume from min to max on the volume control. Checked Alsamixer? Loaded all your modules? And most importantly, what did you change yesterday *g* > And since I have started asking... Every time when I boot my machine the > esd is started. I have to kill it to be able to use my ALSA. How can I > prevent the esd from starting at boot up? ESD is not started at boot time but by your desktop environment (probably GNOME then). You can turn it off from preferences, audio, Sound Server. It's also possible to remove the whole package (called esound if I recall right -- don't remove libesd though, only the sound server itself). -- Best Regards, | I couldn't afford a cool signature, Sebastian | so I just got this one.
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