[kde-solaris] some problem on KDE on Solaris2.10 SunRayServerSoftware-3.1
lars.tunkrans at bredband.net
Thu Jul 21 14:55:05 CEST 2005
Stanislav Lakhtin wrote:
>After installing KDE-3.4.1 compiled by Stefan Teleman (thanks for it for
>this), i find many big and small problems.
>1. In process starting at times emerded some dialog or error window, but this
>window behind information panel in moment "Initiallizing peripherals".
>Necessary press "Enter", and loading continue. What is the window?
I saw this dialoge window the very first time I logged in to my test
It complained that ARTS could not connect to the sound server.
Looks to have been an initalisation problem as it has not happended since.
>2. In working arts exists some problem. I see this problems on working sound
>subsystem on SunRay hardware. I cannot write any sound signal from
>microphone, becouse in sound subsystem no exists any "Input device". Level of
>micropfone in "Output Device" work correctly in this time. If i must set any
This is a general problem, - not limited to SunRay. When I
start up KMIX
on my SunBlade 1500 the KMIX INPUT window is blank. there is
nothing there to adjust at all.
Does KDE have any code at all to manipulate the SUN microphone/
Line_in interfaces ?
( this is done cmdline with audioplay(1) / audiorecord(1) command
or from gnome with /usr/dt/bin/stdaudiocontrol )
I can ofcourse make a "new Launcher " with
"/usr/dt/bin/stdaudiocontrol" and run the
Gnome mixer under KDE but that would not help very much for
audio signal into the KDE subsystem or would it ? Lets Try !
When I launch "/usr/dt/bin/stdaudiocontrol" while running KDE-341
and pull up the
microphone monitor volume I hear the my voice from the system
I can see the VU meters in the " Recording level Monitor" reacct.
When I do a simple recording with the " Sound Recorder" it writes
a file I can then play
with AmaroK. It does playback my "wonderful" performance.
So I guess pretty much everything works apart from KMIX.
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