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Re: [SLE] Skype sound problems in 10.0
  • From: Constant Brouerius van Nidek <cbroueriusvannidek@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 00:16:52 +0700
  • Message-id: <200605120016.53432.cbroueriusvannidek@xxxxxxxxx>
On Thursday 11 May 2006 23:47, Carl Hartung wrote:
> On Thursday 11 May 2006 11:57, Constant Brouerius van Nidek wrote:
> > The card was configured correctly. My sounds are working as expected. The
> > card is correctlt shown in Yast. I have moved the old /.skype to a temp
> > direvtory. Seemed a better solution as renaming them.
> > I have deleted in Yast Skype and installed a fresh, new Skype again. Ran
> > Skype in console and get the same info as before. Still /dev/dsp-1
> > Think it is now the time to symlink dsp-1 to dsp. Could you give me the
> > command line for that. Can do it in midnight commander but never seem to
> > be able to get it right there.
> I'll bet the anomalous /dev/dsp-1 is a leftover, non-working device created
> by a YaST script when it was 'configuring' the second, "phantom" card. Try
> this as normal user, please, before attempting to create a link:
> cd /dev
> l ds* (that's a lowercase L, for list)
> If you find that /dev/dsp *and* /dev/dsp-1 exist, open Skype and, somewhere
> under 'Tools' > 'Options' is a drop-down list for selecting the correct
> (working) Digital Signal Processing device (DSP)... I only have one and
> it's called "/dev/dsp" like everybody else. That's all I see in the
> drop-down list. If, however, both exist under /dev, the correct one
> (/dev/dsp) should be available in the drop-down list and you can just
> select it.
> If, on the other hand, you do the 'l ds*' and see *only* /dev/dsp-1 I'd say
> you haven't really fixed the underlying problem... you might want to think
> about discovering why the standard /dev/dsp has not been created.
> If there is only a /dev/dsp-1 and you don't want to chase down why, then
> 'su -' to root while in /dev and do 'ln -s dsp-1 dsp'
> That's it. Please let me know what you find... I am very curious now.
> Good luck!

Well, here is the result of l ds* gives following
:/dev> l ds*
crw-rw-rw- 1 cbvn audio 14, 3 2006-05-11 21:02 dsp
crw------- 1 cbvn audio 14, 19 2006-05-11 21:02 dsp1

No dsp-1 so I really do not know where that comes from.
The Skype instalation is total fresh after deleting in Yast from the the last
install and the soundcard is newly configured. Just found out that my email
notification is not working ;(.
In console the skype command is calling the local skype setup so I assume
dsp-1 must be found somewhere there.
Or could that be hiding somewhere in the etc local config?

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