Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 450362
loud clicks in sound card output at the beginning and end of playing a sound
Last modified: 2009-01-09 02:49:48 EST
Description of problem:
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Upgrade to fedora 8 / 188.8.131.52-10 kernel
2. Perform an action that results in a system sound event,
for example, clicking an item on a gnome panel
A loud click is heard at the beginning before the sound is played and
at the end after the sound has finished.
Playing of sound with no clicks
The sound subsystem has worked fine for years - been a fedora user since FC4.
Created attachment 308621 [details]
output from the alsa-info.sh script giving lots of data about the alsa system
alsa-lib/alsa-utils are going to be released for F8. Or you may update to F9.
Please try to update to F9.
I'm not comfortable with F9 yet. F8 isn't EOL'ed until November or so.
PS: I got an update on Jun 12 07:05:57 to Updated: alsa-lib-1.0.16-3.fc8.x86_64
and alsa-utils-1.0.16-3.fc8.x86_64 but (after rebooting) the problem persisted.
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