On 07/24/2009 09:28 AM, Linuxguy123 wrote:
I'd suggest that having it and losing it is worse than never having had it! :)On Thu, 2009-07-23 at 14:13 -0700, jack craig wrote:Hi Fedora list, today i did an update and am left with, ...At least you HAD sound. I haven't had sound since I upgraded to F11, even though it worked fine in F10. Sound now *almost* works on my computer. I actually got output from system-config-soundcard last night. Though I still didn't have any system sounds nor any output from amarok. Sound is again totally broken after my reboot this morning though. I can't tell you how frustrating this has been.
its a bit weird, after the F10->F11 update, audio was breaking up and i starting pulling down stuff needed to build mplayer.
after i got all the pkgs i could find, i rebuilt mplayer and it worked for audio just fine until the recent update broke it.
i had to use SDL, not alsa. now both are broke...
after a bit of play, i am seeing the cpu go ballistic and the pulseaudio telling the kernel to shut down, next i hope to learn why...
i'll post what i find...
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