bpizzuti at optonline.net
Tue Nov 16 01:24:12 GMT 2004
Looks like switching everything to esound did the trick. Wierd, because
I thought the Intel on-board sound did hardware mixing, but I guess not
(I forgot that the last time the SDL games worked, they were being run
under KDE running an ARTS mixer, and not Gnome with the direct ALSa
mixer). Incidentally, I was using xine/Gxine for DVD playing...tired
Okie too, since I have KDE installed, but that wasn't even showing
video, so pfft.
I noticed a bit of a delay in sound when using esound through SDL...is
that normal? It's only like a quarter of a second, but I can see where
it might get on my nerves. Incidentally, using libsdl.alsa did NOT
work...I wonder if libsdl.arts would work and not get the delay...
These sound systems REALLY need to get unified somehow. Kinda
annoying. ;) Anyway, I'm gonna go back to playing with the new kernel
i'm working on...have to add wireless firmware it looks like, in order
to get the ipw2200 to work.
On Mon, 2004-11-15 at 18:06 +0100, Oliver Grawert wrote:
> Am Montag, den 15.11.2004, 10:41 -0500 schrieb Bryan Pizzuti:
> > They're games...LBreakout and SuperTux. Oh, incidentally, and DVD
> > playing, which is a bit wierd. No way I can see to point the first
> > two...they're probably going for whatever OSS device is available, and
> > I'm worried my experimental kernel try earlier this week slapped another
> > one in.
> if the modules are available in your /lib/modules/`uname -r` dir:
> sudo modprobe snd_mixer_oss
> should pull in both of them.....(and provide the /dev/dsp you need)
> the games you are referring to are both using the sdl layer, fire up
> synaptic and search for libsdl. ubuntu installs libsdl1.2debian-oss by
> default, but there are also libsdl1.2debian-esd and
> libsdl1.2debian-alsa, you may get better results by replacing with one
> of these.
> ps: what dvd player did you try ?
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