Description of problem:
got an ibm x23 laptop using i810 module. Under shrike kernels the sound plays
correctly and at a normal speed. Under severn kernel the sound plays much slower
than it should. Both in the test sound in redhat-config-sound and in xmms.
It's very odd - I did some hunting in the module and there are some things about
setting the rate but I couldn't figure out what had changed from shrike to
severn to cause this.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
every time. - play a sound
Steps to Reproduce:
1. have an ibm x23 laptop
2. setup sound
3. play sound
4. note how slow it is
should play at normal speed.
While fast light experiments do not actually exceed the speed of light beyond C
for an individual photon they can increase the group velocity.
slow as in lower pitch or as broken up into segments or what?
Also, I always ask folks to test a boot with the kernel option acpi=off
whenever I see things magically break between Shrike and Severn, since
that's one of the major changes with sometimes very subtle, non-obvious
Slow as lower pitch.
but acpi=off appears to have fixed it.
appears to be all happy in Fedora Core 1. No reason to leave this open.