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Re: pulseaudio deeply unreliable (Fedora 10)



Raymond C. Rodgers wrote:
I'm getting the stuttering, static, and crashes too, and periodically something will happen with pulseaudio that results in thousands (at least) of identical error messages appearing in /var/log/messages. I looked up the error (I can't remember what it is off-hand) and the pulseaudio guys are saying that it's a bug in alsa, and the alsa guys seem to be working on a bug directly related to that error, but the symptoms of the bug they're fixing don't match what I'm seeing with pulse...

Frankly, I don't care where the hell the problem is, I just want my audio working clearly and properly. I'll post the error message when I get a chance, but even if alsa is the problem it doesn't explain why I've seen pulseaudio die between the time I start it in a terminal window and the time Banshee finishes loading so I can actually play some audio.

Raymond
The error message I mentioned above is:

module-alsa-sink.c: ALSA woke us up to write new data to the device, but there was actually nothing to write! Most likely this is an ALSA dr
iver bug. Please report this issue to the PulseAudio developers.

Raymond


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