[mythtv-users] Re: This is odd...
James L. Mayhugh
mythtv at gmj.com
Mon Sep 20 16:03:52 EDT 2004
Well I just d/l'd a live-cd version of SLAX and verified that my mobo
sound hardware hadn't gone tango-uniform, so I'm back to trying to
figure out what happened.
I'm obsessing over these lines in my /var/log/messages:
Sep 20 12:45:43 gmj-mythtv modprobe: FATAL: Error running install command for sound_slot_1
Sep 20 12:45:58 gmj-mythtv modprobe: FATAL: Error running install command for sound_slot_1
Sep 20 12:46:14 gmj-mythtv kernel: application sox uses obsolete OSS audio interface
Is that implying that modprobe is trying to install a driver for a
sound card that doesn't exist? How do I determine that?
I also noticed that the last apt-get upgrade installed new ALSA lib
and utils (1.06), but did not install the driver code (1.06a). Could
this be the problem?
Monday, September 20, 2004, 12:11:11 PM, you wrote:
IR> On Monday 20 September 2004 02:48 pm, Axel Thimm wrote:
>> On Mon, Sep 20, 2004 at 02:18:48PM -0400, Isaac Richards wrote:
>> > On Monday 20 September 2004 01:57 pm, Jarod Wilson wrote:
>> > > On Monday 20 September 2004 10:26, James L. Mayhugh wrote:
>> > > > Well, I just did an apt-get upgrade, and it appeared to install a new
>> > > > version of MythTV, and my stuttering of live video and initial
>> > > > playback appears to be gone.
>> > >
>> > > There was a build of MythTV on ATrpms with the OpenGL sync code
>> > > enabled, which slaughtered the cpu on my system (and others) with
>> > > similar video stutter problems. It was replaced by a build reverting to
>> > > no OpenGL sync enabled for the moment, so that may have been the source
>> > > of your stutter as well. The new build generally works great for me,
>> > > both on audio and video.
>> Hm, I think the non-opengl_vsync version has not yet been
>> uploaded. James probably sees the effects of the nodeinterlace patch
>> (which I'll also remove from the next build, as Jarod readvised).
>> > Wow, you mean to tell me that the default build options are really
>> > that way for a reason? Who woulda thunk it?
>> It is difficult to guess the reason for the entries being commented
>> out. If you imply that these were of experimental nature, there is no
>> way to distinguish from lirc/alsa/arts/dvb etc which are also
>> commented out.
IR> If you had paid attention at all to the -dev list, or the -commits list, or
IR> the -users list, you would have seen the fairly numerous bug reports and
IR> problems arising from that feature, and so have known the reason why the
IR> opengl sync is disabled by default.
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