try launching gstreamer-properties and make output ESD and input OSS
and test the sound.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ And be sure to do this as a regular user, not root. Sound support on the terminals is always disabled for the root user.
Newer versions of Gnome (and KDE) have started to use gstreamer as a common intermediary layer between the sound output of the applications and the sound hardware. Also, check that you have all of the esound libraries installed on the server (thru YUM/APT).
Keep us posted...
On Tue, 2005-07-19 at 08:52 -0500, Mark Cockrell wrote:
Jesse McDonnell wrote:
Did you try logging in on a terminal and running a sound app as root? Other than that I'm out of ideas. Keep us posted.
Actually, no I hadn't tried that. When I do that I get sound at the server and not at the terminal. The sound that should be playing at the terminal plays through the speakers connected to the server. Now I'm even more confused. Again I want to stress that there have been no hardware changes from version 4.2, so this is definitely a configuration issue somewhere. Any other ideas?
C-ya, Mark ____ If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.
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