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Re: [Protux-support] Problems playing audio with RH8

From: Matt Polashek
Subject: Re: [Protux-support] Problems playing audio with RH8
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 16:52:08 -0400
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    Goodness I was thinking protux was no longer being developed.  How
exciting to get an e-mail!  Your assumption was correct.  The bus selection
screen comes up with the "bus out" title then there are no choices.  On exit
of the menu the status area states that the bus I selected is an invalid bus
for playback.  Makes sense since I didn't select a bus.  any idea why this
might be happening?

    The reason that I think alsa is running, aside from successful
implementation of all 4 alsa rpms and a functional alsa player is that I
have purposefully disconnected the analog cable from my cdrom to the
soundcard and I can still get audio from alsaplayer.  additionally I have
run the sndconfig scrip supplied by alsa with success.  It is possible that
I am using oss emulation.  Either way it works so I assume protux should

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.


> From: "Reinhard Amersberger" <address@hidden>
> Organization:
> Reply-To: The place support protux users <address@hidden>
> Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 12:08:58 +0200
> To: "Theplacesupportprotuxusers" <address@hidden>
> Subject: Re: [Protux-support] Problems playing audio with RH8
> Ooops ... it seems this mail was left unanswered?!?
> The place support protux users <address@hidden> schrieb am 31.08.03
> 16:35:06:
>> Hi!  I just installed Protux and everything seems to be working fine.  I can
>> import audio, mute/unmute/pan/gain adjust but when I press play nothing
>> happens.  Also the <<p>> command is not functional.  Also I get the "Cannot
>> open /proc/asound/cards for reading ( may be busy or no read permissions? )
>> error when launching Protux and I am unable assign busses.
> You mean there is no bus available to be selected when doing ^TA[BN]+UD ?
>> I know for sure
>> that I have ALSA installed and working as I can run alsaplayer with no
>> problems.  Also I have OSS working fine.
> I'M not sure here, because Isn't alsaplayer able to use something like an
> oss-emulation-mode?
> But, as I said ... this could be a totally wrong  assumption! ;-))
> greetings
> Reinhard
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