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Re: UDEV



Somebody in the thread at some point said:

>     I read but did not understand any details of udev but I am certain
> it is why my old application called gmfsk finds that /dev/dsp is busy.
> It is not busy but the current setup of udev makes it appear busy. Also
> it is certain that udev can have upset with the new kernels and be
> causing the problems some or most of us are having.

What makes you think /dev/dsp isn't busy, and if it is busy, that udev
is to blame?  Try this

lsof -n | grep /dev/dsp

it should list any processes that have /dev/dsp open.

-Andy


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