Radio streaming

Aaron Konstam akonstam at
Wed Feb 13 14:15:38 UTC 2008

> In all fairness Aaron, I was replying to Arun, who does appear to have some 
> sort of DNS problem.
> I was thinking of posting your problem to the alsa-user, and alsa-devel lists, 
> but as it appears to have worsened with the latest version of Fedora, it 
> appears to be more of some sort of permissions problem within Fedora, than an 
> Alsa problem, but you already appear to know that.
> Personally, if sound was working on F7, I'd reinstall that. That way at least 
> the sound is working. Also I would try a live cd (Knoppix for example), and 
> see if the sounds are ok. Also, if you have sufficient harddrive space, 
> install another distro, and see if the isa card is detected, and working ok.
> Someone else had suggested getting a cheap pci card, and using that, and 
> forgetting about the onboard isa one, which could be a good idea, if your 
> getting so many problems with the isa one.
> On one of my machines I have an ensoniq pci card (ens1371). I have an isa slot 
> on the mobo on this machine, and had an isa card lying about (sb16), and 
> plugged it in. I only set it up on FC3, and it worked ok, but did want to 
> grab the card0 position, which meant that the ensoniq card had to be set to 
> card1. I also have FC6 available on this machine, but havn't tried 
> configuring the isa soundcard on it. I may well try it, as you said you had 
> problems getting the isa soundcard modules loaded on FC6.
> All the best.
> Nigel.

I apologize.  I thought it was a typo on my name. Sound works in f7 and
I have f7 on a laptop that I am using. I just was trying to move forward
and thought that someone might have an idea what permissions could be
involved. But what bothers me that I am apprehensive of continuing on
with Fedora. Is f9 going to be better? It is all so frustrating after 15
or 20 years of success.
We were so poor we couldn't afford a watchdog. If we heard a noise at
night, we'd bark ourselves. -- Crazy Jimmy
Aaron Konstam telephone: (210) 656-0355 e-mail: akonstam at

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