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Re: [K12OSN] Sound : my nemesis


I definitely get this and lsmod shows that all of the correct drivers
are loaded on the thin clients (same drivers on the thin clients that
are connected to the 64 bit server as the ones connected to my older
32 bit servers where sound (esd) works).  There is Ubuntu (I know it
is different, but ... ) bug report about the error message I am
getting concerning esd and the inability to preload libesd*.so.0  It
appears to be an issue with preload trying to load 32 bit drivers
since if I modify the script to point at the 64 bit libraries, the
errors go away, but I don't get any sound in either event.

I found the src rpm
for pulseaudio, and will try and locate all the other src rpm's that
pulse requires as well as listed on their website.

I'll be at the school most of tomorrow and probably all day Monday as
well and will hopefully get one of the two working.

Dave Hopkins

On Sat, Oct 11, 2008 at 10:11 AM, Barry R Cisna <brcisna eazylivin net> wrote:
> David,
> On your _64 bit new server, when the clients themselves boot up are you
> seeing the line ( before configuring X),,that says " Accepting
> connections on port 16001" for sure? Also at this point if you have
> speakers turned up you should hear a slight click or pop,indicating the
> soundcard driver "kicked in". I would assume you have tried several
> different thin clients and none are getting sound? If these are correct
> try the following to at least get esd working. I've never delved into
> trying to get pulse audio to work. The following worked for me a couple
> years ago on one particular server and I never figured out why, but it
> did,,, after a lot of wrangling. Maybe it will cure your server?
> ESD:Can't play sound:
>  http://wiki.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/Sound#ESD_can_t_play_sound
> Take Care,
> Barry Cisna
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