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Re: [K12OSN] Sound : my nemesis



David,

1.here are a couple more suggestions to narrow things down. On the
server do an :

locate esound

do you see these entries> ppc not really relevant here;

/etc/profile.d/ltsp-esound.sh
/opt/ltsp/i386/lib/pkgconfig/esound.pc
/opt/ltsp/ppc/lib/pkgconfig/esound.pc
2. on the thin client ,drop to a bash prompt and:
lsmod
do you see any sound card entries listed? if you DO see sound card
modules listed ,,
3. install the xmms package and see if you can get sound via xmms. I
know this seems like going off course but i found many moons ago if i
could get sound on clients,with xmms,eventually i would get sound even
in web pages by using xmms as a test bed so to speak..
4. while at a bash prompt on the thin client do an:
lspci
and post what is being detected as the sound card for this client.

as far as manually removing the esd packages with --nodeps switch you
will not kill anything providing you do reinstall once again the same
three packages.
BTW: do you ever get sound on the actual server. this should not make a
bit of difference ,though in regard to client sound?,Just curious. What
kind of sound cards are in the clients you are testing?
Keep scratching.

Barry Cisna





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