2008/5/29 James P. Kinney III <
>I have found that setting this to about 90 works better. 75 is to low to
> My lts.conf file in part sound:
> # enable sound by default
> SOUND = Y
> # choose either esd or nasd to be the default (esd only on
> SOUND_DAEMON = "esd"
> # SOUND_DAEMON = "nasd"
> #RCFILE_0x = sound.rc
> # default sound volume
> VOLUME = 75
>OK. Remember how all this stuff works. Any application you see on the
> ### For ISA sound cards, you have to specify the module to
> # SMODULE_01 = "sb io=0x220 irq=5 dma=1"
> In the grafic user in gnome, when I try to open the mixer I have a
> error tell me some that "gstreamer no encounter .. no device..",
client screen is running on the server hardware. So volume control won't
I have had to make sure the /tmp/.esd/socket file existed on the server
> when I play a audio with xmms, hi tell me that the sund is blocked by
> other applicattion, when I try to autodetect the sound card from the
> client, this modifies the values of volume of my server, and I can
> see, I think, the soundcard of my server, that is a i810 too!
> In KDE just I have entered, tell me that the sound is no initialize
> because I have no premissions...
for most sound stuff to work at all. In fact I had to make a cron job to
test and recreate it every hour if it went away for any reason.
>Your English was plenty good enough!
> Please somebody can help me?
> Thank you a lot!
> Cheers from Argentina, sorry for mu bad english!
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