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Re: Pulse audio?



On Fri, 2006-09-29 at 21:13 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> 
> >>
> > What happens if you create the directory /tmp/pulse-sundaram?  (This
> > isn't the solution but I think it led me to realize something -- My /tmp
> > is a tmpfs so I would have to be creating it in a startup script
> > everytime which isn't the case.)
> 
> # mkdir /tmp/pulse-sundaram
> mkdir: cannot create directory `/tmp/pulse-sundaram': File exists
> bash-3.1$ pulseaudio
> main.c: WARNING: called SUID root, but not in group 'realtime'.
> main.c: Failed to create '/tmp/pulse-sundaram': Operation not permitted
> 
Remove the /tmp/pulse-sundaram directory and see what new errors you
get.

> > Are you running esd or artsd?  Maybe that's locking the device files or
> > the esd socket (so pulse can be compatible with all the esd consumers).
> > 
> 
> Yep. So I killed esd.
> 
Ah.  So this is probably the root of the problem.  Did you try as a
normal user again?  Maybe pulseaudio leaves files strewn about after
this kind of failure (such as the pulse-sundaram directory above).  I
know pulseaudio will startup for me as a normal user so that's probably
the route you want to take for initial debugging.

In any case, if this troubleshooting doesn't fix things then you should
file a bugzilla ticket so the packager can diagnose the problems and
kick anything relevant upstream.

-Toshio

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