[PD] /dev/dsp newbie problemo
principio at ilimit.es
Fri Sep 17 03:41:08 CEST 2004
i suspect the problem is alsa, which is not propperly installed. so
many attemps... quite a mess now ;)
will try to fix that and try again
>>Frank Barknecht escribió:
> Kyle Klipowicz hat gesagt: // Kyle Klipowicz wrote:
>> I'm assuming that you're running jack on your system. This happens
>> occasionally with me, and I usually just run top to find out the
>> process ID for jackd, and then use the kill command to stop it,
> It might also be some other process that's blocking the sound device,
> like artsd or esound. You might find out if that's the case with
> "fuser /dev/dsp" and check with "ps THE_NUMBER_FUSER_GAVE" what
> process this is.
> In any case, you should first test if sound works at all using "aplay"
> and "arecord", then work up from this (assuming you use ALSA, which
> you should do).
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