Too much aRts, Polonius.

Howard Coles Jr. dhcolesj at
Wed Jun 25 00:15:13 BST 2003

The interesting thing I found here is that I had my speakers plugged into the 
wrong spot.  I have the same Sound card (there is no hardware difference 
between the MP3+ and the Game edition).  I am assuming you are using analog 
speakers of course, then this advice would be wrong.  

Plug your speakers into the second output jack away from the midi/game port, 
(unless of course you were smart enough to do this already) and see what 
happens.  I am hoping I wasn't the only one who goofed here :-).

On Tuesday 24 June 2003 03:55 am, James Henry Maiewski wrote:
> >  I also have this problem, but unfortunatly I only have one solution, and
> > that is to not use ALSA. If you use OSS and the drivers from:
> >
> >
> >
> > Then it all works hunky dory. I should probably file a bug report to the
> > ALSA people, I just assumed it was me being daft and not having set it up
> > right :) Also, with these drivers you get utilities to do clever things
> > like mess around with the channeling of audio inside the card, and
> > putting lots of DSP code onto it for fun and odd sound :) It's a bit of a
> > pain to set up though, if you get stuck,I'd happily give you a hand
> > and/or my configuration :)
> >
> > Kind regards,
> > Philip
> Hello,
> 	The really frustrating thing is that my situation is supposedly
> uncontroversially easy to get working.  But I would much rather have sound
> than not.  As I said, ALSA comes with my distro, so I'm not sure what-all I
> need to change in addition to getting new OSS drivers installed.  Any help
> would probably be essential to any success to which I could look forward.
> With an advance of thanks,
> 	Jim.
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