(Breezy) Sound

Daniel Stone daniel at fooishbar.org
Tue May 31 03:16:05 UTC 2005

On Mon, May 30, 2005 at 11:12:01PM -0400, Stephen R Laniel wrote:
> Ordinarily ogg123 would start running a couple counters
> right there: seconds left in the song, seconds elapsed,
> effective bitrate, etc. Instead it just stopped right
> there. Ctrl+C couldn't kill it; I had to do a
> 'killall -KILL ogg123'.
> The same trouble applies to DVDs. One DVD that I tried
> to play earlier tonight locked up -- video, audio, and
> controls -- within a few seconds of the start of the
> film.
> I'm inclined to believe that if I didn't run X, and
> confined myself to running ogg123 from the console,
> nothing bad would happen -- there'd be no lockups. If
> anyone thinks it's worth testing this hypothesis, I'll
> surely do so.

Sounds like you want 'killall esd'.
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