Difference between revisions of "Talk:Advanced Linux Sound Architecture"

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I think the module is called <tt>pcspkr</tt>, right? [[User:Aku|Aku]]
 
I think the module is called <tt>pcspkr</tt>, right? [[User:Aku|Aku]]
 
:No they're different you can read output of "modinfo snd_pcsp" and "modinfo pcspkr" --[[User:Ras0ir|Ras0ir]] 09:37, 15 February 2009 (EST)
 
:No they're different you can read output of "modinfo snd_pcsp" and "modinfo pcspkr" --[[User:Ras0ir|Ras0ir]] 09:37, 15 February 2009 (EST)
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I don't want to change this howto with my ugly hack.
 
I don't want to change this howto with my ugly hack.
This is about Flashplugin:
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'''This is about Flashplugin:'''
  
 
if no sound is playing an if I start the flashplugin(youtube...).
 
if no sound is playing an if I start the flashplugin(youtube...).
 
the sound device is always blocked.
 
the sound device is always blocked.
  
So the trick is just start kdm/gdm/xdm with "-dmS name_of_screen aplay"
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So the trick is just start kdm/gdm/xdm with '''"-dmS name_of_screen aplay"'''
 
There is many way to do it.
 
There is many way to do it.
  

Revision as of 20:57, 2 July 2009

does this page ever get used?? i'd like to add a paragraph to the Troubleshooting section that acknowledges the ALSA driver's limitations about Audio: Intel Corp. 82801G (ICH7 Family) (rev 02), SigmaTel STAC9228 - see http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=46552 does this make sense?

Make sure snd_pcsp gets loaded last

I think the module is called pcspkr, right? Aku

No they're different you can read output of "modinfo snd_pcsp" and "modinfo pcspkr" --Ras0ir 09:37, 15 February 2009 (EST)

I don't want to change this howto with my ugly hack. This is about Flashplugin:

if no sound is playing an if I start the flashplugin(youtube...). the sound device is always blocked.

So the trick is just start kdm/gdm/xdm with "-dmS name_of_screen aplay" There is many way to do it.

add "-dmS name_of_screen aplay" to /etc/rc.conf #will start aplay right after starting the daemons gdm: just add start script kdm: sucks

I use KDE4