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Bug#31214: marked as done (saytime says only "blurp")

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Package: saytime
Version 1.0-5


Running "saytime" results in a short "blurp" noise, then exists without
printing errors.

NOTE: This could be a driver bug; I'm not sure.


Intel x86 (Pentium 166MMX) computer
PCI Ensonic Soundscape audio card
Debian GNU/Linux 2.0 (stable)
Kernel 2.1.132 and 2.1.123 (unstable)
es1370.o sound driver (experimental)

No, I can't seem to get the OSS sscape.o module to work with my card


x11amp and mpg123 work under both kernels.  Thus, I suspect saytime is

I found that write() to /dev/audio returns EBUSY instead of 0 when
the output buffer is full.  saytime.c expects to see a 0, and returns an
error message otherwise.  Is this correct behaviour for the driver?  I
know that saytime's use of write is poorly done.

Fixing this in saytime.c mostly solves the problem under 2.1.123, but not
under 2.1.132.  If I knew which is at fault, I'd be happy to make a
patch for either es1370.c or saytime.c.  It'd be fun.  :+>


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This is no longer a problem with recent 
ALSA drivers.

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