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Description of problem:
I'm unable to play sound on my IBM X30 laptop with Intel 82801CA/CAM AC'97. CD,
XMMS and sound config all fail to play. This is true with the following kernels:
I'm seeing the following lines in messages:
Jan 9 10:24:05 localhost modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module sound-slot-1
Jan 9 10:24:05 localhost modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module
Found similar text in the following bug:
However, my problem was not fixed by that errata and I have different hardware.
Have attached lsmod output.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.attempt to play sound
3.read error messages, hear nothing
Actual Results: machine has no sound playing capabilities, no cd, no xmms,
alerts, to gaim sounds, etc.
Expected Results: sound
Created attachment 89245 [details]
can you also attach your /etc/modules.conf file ?
Created attachment 89250 [details]
ok this is weird; your xmms seems to ask for:
but your sound card is actually
Bill: any ideas?
Do you have any USB devices attached?
Are there any errors from the sound driver aside from the ones about
sound-slot-1? Do those errors correspond *exactly* with trying to play a sound?
What output plugin are you using in xmms?
Created attachment 89256 [details]
messages chatter related to sound service
Here's some portion of my messages file related to the sound services. There's
the one timeout message that may be the culprit. This occured while trying,
unsuccessfully, to play a CD.
This problem isn't XMMS specific, the CD player and sound-config also fail to
I have the stock redhat xmms packages, plus the mp3 codec RPM's from here:
Ok, that does look like a driver issue.
Not sure what the status of this bug is at this point. Hasn't been any activity
since it was reassigned. Is there any additional information required? Is the
bug still in an active queue?
Its still in the pile, but its not something I have a sensible answer too right
now. I'm baffled why it is trying to use /dev/dsp1 unless XMMS has been set
specifically that way by you. DO other apps produce audio ok ?