On Thu, Sep 01, 2005 at 05:26:24PM -0400, Roberto C. Sanchez wrote : > On Thu, Sep 01, 2005 at 05:25:15PM -0400, Roberto C. Sanchez wrote: > > I have two machines. One machine is a laptop with a Yamaha sound card. > > The other is a desktop with nForce2 audio. Both have the required ALSA > > drivers loaded, including all the oss legacy emulation modules. When > > starting Battle for Wesnoth on the laptop, it gives the error "open > > /dev/sequencer: No such device" but sound plays. On the desktop, the > > same error displays, but I get no sound. Any ideas why that is? On the > > desktop I know that audio works since I can play CDs and movies in xine > > with sound. > > > I forgot to mention that both machines run udev and have the > /dev/sequencer device present. > Which debian version are you using?? with which software does the error happen? I had the same problem before I now use the alsa* packages from unstable in which the problem (for me) has been fixed. Try a modprobe snd-seq as root and start the soft to see if the error remains. If no and that you don't want to use some packages from unstable, add sndseq to /etc/modules. HTH -- Brice Méalier firstname.lastname@example.org Linux user nb. 372699 Debian GNU/Linux testing ----- "Unix IS user friendly, it is just selective about who his friends are"
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