Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 109654
ogg123 -d oss displays junk or dies badly if ^C hit very early
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:33 EST
^C ogg123 very early and you will see
Audio Device: OSS audio driver output
Time: -35791394: nan [-35791394: nan] of -35791394: inf ( 0.0
rather than the line being properly suppressed if no output has occurred
I can't reproduce, seems to have been fixed.
Its still there in FC1, FC2 uses the ALSA backend by default. If you
use the OSS backend (-d OSS) you will find early ^C causes variously
hangs and garbage output even in FC2. If you have trouble reproducing
it use a slowish box, you probably won't manage to reproduce it on
some 2Ghz box while it is easy to do on a PII/233
ALSA code path seems to be fine so its now a very low priority issue.