Amarok and other sound problems
geekboy at angrykeyboarder.com
Wed Nov 1 07:34:20 UTC 2006
Daniel T. Chen spake thusly on 10/31/2006 11:08 PM:
> Scott wrote:
>>> I decided to use my USB headset one evening and the next day when I
>>> unplugged it and went back to the speakers GNOME and KDE insisted I was
>>> still using the headset (even after rebooting).
> That's a bug; I know about it and will try to get the necessary patches
> into Feisty.
If we ask really nice can it be a "serious" but so that we don't have to
wait *six months* for it to be fixed? ;-)
> Essentially any usb audio devices that aren't safely unplugged (meaning
> whatever audio applications were using the usb audio devices have been
> closed prior to disconnecting the devices) require that the applications
> be forcibly closed and the sound driver (snd_usb_audio) be unloaded
> before one can continue using sound.
And considering most audio apps park themselves in the notification
area/system tray, it's easy to forget they're still running.
I now know to make sure they aren't. I had no idea what the problem was.
And BTW. THANK YOU. I don't know where you came from, but I've never
gotten responses so quickly from somebody with an ubuntu.com address
till I happened upon you recently.
Whatever you do, stay with us! :-) LOL
Now if we could just get an Ubuntu person to hang out in
ubuntuforums.org, that would *really* rock.
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