Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 239872
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:04 EST
If I run the sound test in system-config-soundcard my sound nVidia Corporation
CK804 AC'97 Audio Controller works correctly however the PNPb006 does not work.
The output from sysrun.log shows
------- System Config Soundcard Log --------
Fri May 11 13:33:18 MDT 2007
aplay: main:545: audio open error: No such file or directory
cat: /etc/asound.conf: No such file or directory
Running from command-line...
There is no asound.conf any where on my system.
If I try the test sound button in Control Center -> Sound System, ARTSd crashes.
This is recreatable at will.
I am currently patched up to the latest releases of all packages via yum
upgrade. This was a new install of FC7 - Test 4 and then patched up to date.
This was not an upgrade.
I have a separate install of FC-6 on the same machine that works correctly so it
is not the hardware.
The currently installed versions of ARTs are
i386 and AMD64 I presume.
I have included the back trace that is produced when ARTS crashes and it is
included as an attachment.
The sound card involved is an ASUS onboard system. It is detected by the system as
desc: "nVidia Corporation CK804 AC'97 Audio Controller"
Created attachment 154566 [details]
Back trace of ARTS crash
I performed another yum upgrade this morning and it upgraded 100+ packages
includer kernel, glibc, KDE. Arts was not upgraded. Arts is now working
correctly. Issues I was having getting Kaffine and Mplayer to launch are gone as
system-config-soundcard does not work at all now as it is having issues auto
detecting the sound card. However that is a different bug from what I opened
this ticket as. I will do some trouble shooting and open a new ticket around
that if needed.
we have same version of arts in FC6 and F7 test4. It seems it's problem in
other package which has caused the crash in arts.
i close the bug as "not a bug" because arts works fine now.Thanks for your