After the last installation I got a problem with alsa in a KDE 3.3.2.
After running alsaconf everything works perfectly, but after a reboot
alsa is no longer running, so I have to run alsaconf again. There is no
/etc/init.d/alsa, but I'm not sure about how Debian handles this.
Can anyone give me an advice?
Thanks a lot.
PS With amarok I can listen musica, but Juk (2.1.2) just does not work.
Video-files work fine, too (mplayer, xine, kaffeine). Juk does not give
me any error messages. When I press play, everything goes (the position
inidcatore moves, the equalizer..) but no sound. When I try to reread
the directory it does not do it, like freayes on the information of
yesterday, so I cannot let it read new files.
Composed and send with Thunderbird on Debian "Sarge" (PPC)