pulseaudio and jack don't work, but amarok locks the device otherwise.

paulo paulo.jnkml at gmail.com
Sat Jan 9 15:15:42 GMT 2010

>> as in mplayer -ao 
>> alsa:noblock:device=hw=1.0.
> Are you certain that it is ALSA.  It could be that Phonon is the problem 
> if it is only KDE applications that are causing issues.
Yes, it's something related with alsa, since it's only NON kde 
applications that don not play any sound. Mplayer, and firefox are examples.

> Jack needs to be configured for it to work, not simple, read the 
> documentation or install a GUI front-end for it.
> PulseAudio requires that users be a member of the "pulse-access" group 
> to access it.
Don't know much about Jack's setup, but I do belong to the pulse-access, 
pulse-rt and pulse groups.

Still no go.


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