Description of problem:
A command like "aplay [file.wav]" breaks as noted below. On the other hand commands like "aplay -D hw:0,0 [file.wav]" or "aplay -D plughw:0,0 [file.wav]" work perfectly well.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):1.0.10rf-1
How reproducible:Fails every time on two machines tried so far, whereas the -D-D specificity noted always works.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install and use 'aplay [file.wav]'
ALSA lib conf.c:1592:(snd_config_load1) _toplevel_:51:23:No such file or directory; ALSA lib conf.c:2837:(snd_config_hook_load) /etc/alsa/cards/aliases.conf may be old or corrupted: consider to remove or fix it
ALSA lib conf.c:2700:(snd_config_hooks_call) function snd_config_hook_load returned error: No such file or directory; ALSA lib pcm.c:1969:(snd_pcm_open_conf) Invalid type for PCM default definition (id: default, value: cards.pcm.default)
Audio should play via a default audio device without additional device specification.
please re-login after alsa-lib update...
Root should never be encumbered. If root asks for audio over ssh, root should
get audio. Do you disagree? Are you redefining su powers?
Furthermore, logout + login often doesn't work in my testing -- even for root.
This is a wrongheaded approachto audio device management, imho, even for ordinary users. The notion that a user not logged locally has no business
playing audio is just wrong. There are plenty good use cases for that.
If you have different opinion on this issue please write a mail to fedora-devel