arts and alsa
frmrick at aapt.net.au
Sat Mar 25 19:20:43 GMT 2006
Kevin Krammer is a darn nice person I don't care what anybody says!
> On Thursday 23 March 2006 20:07, Rick Miles wrote:
> > Can anyone point me in the direction of some info on turning off arts and
> > running alsa with kde?
> Arts can use ALSA as one of its audiosystems,
Does this mean that arts is using alsa to provide sound?
> so from ALSA's point of view
> Arts should look like one of its applications.
Does this mean alsa is being supplied sound by by an application called arts?
I'd just like to know why I can't access input devices in audacity unless I
kill all arts pids or run audacity with the command "artsdsp -m audacity"
I've fiddled around getting sound with one ap only to have lost it total next
time I run another ap. I must admit that I have not been methodical in
working through the problem but it'd be nice to have a sound system that
"just works" without fiddling around all the time.
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