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Re: Concerning Bugzilla Bug# 130576

On Sat, 2004-10-09 at 16:41, Alex White wrote:
> I have a quick question concerning this bug, and maybe I should be
> posting this question at bugzilla instead the bugzilla link below will
> show the bug in question.
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=130576
> I'm familiar with the error you get when running the kernel,
> and you know, that's fine and all. I don't get that error because I do
> run either application (gtoaster or xcdroast) as root. It allows me to
> burn the CD-R or CD-RW.
> My question though is, each audio CD I attempt to burn simply has what I
> would call a stuttering sound. As if sections of the digital sound were
> removed, any particular reason why that would be? The wavs that are
> ripped from the original cd play find in xmms or any other sound
> application, but the resulting burned cd (as tracks) simply do not play
> correctly.

I get the same problem with this kernel.

And from the bugzilla page:

"Also, if you havn't read what I wrote in bug 130414 here it is again
because its important.

Don't try to record audio cd's as root with this kernel because there
is a memory leak that will eventually crash your system."

"Additional Comment #16 From Need Real Name  on 2004-08-31 06:20 -------
The memory leak should be fixed in 2.6.8-1.533, because its based on

David Keen <zen46443 zen co uk>

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