LTSP local audio / sound not working on Lubuntu
lubuntu at prpcompany.com
Thu Sep 20 21:52:17 UTC 2012
I don't know if it has a bearing either! :-)
On the face of it, one might say that it does not, since there is only
the mobo-integrated sound hardware on both the server and client.
On 9/20/2012 5:33 PM, Aere Greenway wrote:
> I don't know if this has a bearing on the problem you observed, but
> (at least in Lubuntu 12.04) I have had to change the
> "/etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf" file (in the case where you have two
> or more sound cards), so that the one not hooked up to the
> speakers/amplifier will not get the first slot.
> It would usually initialize them in the same order, but occasionally,
> there would be no sound, and I would notice (looking in the qjackctl
> configuration) that the sound cards had opposite slots (were
> initialized in a different order).
> In Ubuntu (and Kubuntu) you can indicate which sound card you use, and
> it will respect that specification. That has not been the case with
> Lubuntu (11.10, and 12.04, at least).
> - Aere
> On Thu, 2012-09-20 at 17:20 -0400, John Hupp wrote:
>> I have been testing LTSP on Lubuntu and Edubuntu with simple 2-PC
>> I found today that local sound does not work right on the Lubuntu
>> LTSP client. On several client sessions, Audacious and Rhythmbox
>> played MP3's over the speakers attached to the server. On another
>> session, Rhythmbox produced an error that is was not able to locate
>> or open an output device, and Audacious simply did nothing.
>> I checked the client BIOS to make sure that sound was enabled.
>> On an Edubuntu client, local sound worked fine.
>> Is this a familiar problem to anyone? Solution?
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