jmakoid at devonit.com
Tue Jun 5 20:32:09 UTC 2007
We have supplied a lot of terminals for K 12 use of LTSP, we have built
an integration center with IBM near Philadelphia and we can help anyone
through the use of this with a low cost terminal on desk.
I have copied Phil Digiacomo who handles K 12 for us
"the Alternative Desktop Computing Company"
Exec Asst. & Dir. Operations Rebecca Blair rblair at devonit.com
From: Peter Scheie [mailto:peter at scheie.homedns.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2007 4:19 PM
To: Support list for open source software in schools.
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] more Flash 9 no sound
Is non-flash sound working? e.g., do you hear something if you run
On my K12LTSP 5 box (for which I wrote the wiki page you mention) I,
too, do not have PulseAudio listed under System->Preferences->Sound, so
I don't think that is necessarily a bad sign.
Ray Garza wrote:
> Ok, I've been beating on this for sometime now but still come up
> is what I got:
> Dell PowerEdge 2950 (NO SOUND CARD)
> K12LTSP 6.0
> LTSP 4.2 update 3
> Firefox 1.5
> Flash 9
> This is what I've done so far:
> mkdir /tmp/.esd
> touch /tmp/.esd/socket
> Rebooted and tried on a terminal, no luck. The second link is suppose
> install PulseAudio but when I go System-->Preference-->sound it is not
> in there. What is listed is:
> PulseAudio not being loaded? Any thoughts? I checked /var/log/messages
> dmesg but really didn't find anything.
> Schools out and the kids are really wanting to get on and start
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