[Pkg-alsa-devel] Bug#611533: Bug#611533: alsa-base: version issue: kernel provides 1.0.21 drivers, alsa is 1.0.23
brice.brice at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 02:44:39 UTC 2011
Sure I can do that. However I have already fixed the problem by
compiling and installing the new alsa drivers with m-a. How do I
remove those modules before doing the test?
On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 2:45 AM, Elimar Riesebieter <riesebie at lxtec.de> wrote:
> * Brice Rebsamen [110131 10:02 +0800]:
>> About 5 days ago the sound disappeared on VLC, mozilla flash player
>> (youtube videos and the likes), XINE, MPlayer, Kaffeine, but NOT from
>> Amarok, Skype and Dragon media player... i.e. if I play a video I get
>> the image but not the sound
>> VLC reports an error about a version issue with ALSA lib, but not the
>> other applications.
>> I posted the problem on linuxquestion first:
>> And I was advised to diagnose with alsa-info.sh. The output is here:
> It seems to be something with aRts or so. Please do a test:
> _Don't_ log on to X.
> Login to console aas user (you can reach it by <ctrl> <alt> <F2>)
> try as follows:
> $ mplayer -vo none some-sound-file
> $ cvlc some-video-file
> $ aplay some-wav-file
> You can adjust soundsetings by running
> $ alsamixer
> and tune whatever you want.
> Learned men are the cisterns of knowledge,
> not the fountainheads ;-)
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