No sound after updating to polypaudio
John Richard Moser
nigelenki at comcast.net
Tue Feb 15 15:28:38 CST 2005
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Santiago Erquicia wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-02-15 at 10:09 -0800, Justin Mason wrote:
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>>Santiago Erquicia writes:
>>>After today's update to polypaudio I don't have sound anymore.
>>>Rhythmbox says "Could not open resource for writing". I still can hear
>>>gnome sounds though.
>>>Do I need to apply any change to make it work?
>>Sounds like Rhythmbox isn't going through esd or polypaudio. if you do a
>>"ps auxww" do either of those processes show up? (they should.) if you
>>run "gstreamer-properties", is the output set to "ESD - Enlightenment
>>Sound Daemon"? (should be!)
> polypaudio shows up when I run that command. ESD is selected in
> gstreamer-properties too.
I'm on amd64 and don't see a polyp ESD module. Is it rolled in or is it
Also, why is the new sound daemon named after a cancerous growth in your
a--. . . . . colon?
> I will take a look at your webpage. The thing is that I had everything
> working with esound and this change broke it. polypaudio is supposed to
> be a complete replacement of esound, but I don't think everything is
> working yet :(
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