Re: sound problem ibook g4
I was surprised to see that cat /proc/cpuinfo gives 600 MHz as your
CPU clock. Is it the same with Ubuntu?
My guess is that this is some kind of byte order problem, low and high
bytes of the 16 bit sample get swapped. Either the chip gets out of
sync, or the code interprets the data wrong.
After having the problem with several kernels, one has to believe that
the problem lies in the user level programs.
Maybe ALSA has some .asoundrc file in your home directory. Try to
remove it, as well.
Maybe you should try to describe your problem to the real ALSA experts
at their mailing list email@example.com.