[alsa-devel] Unable to open plughw:0,0 from user program.
stanl at cox.net
Thu Aug 23 23:50:27 CEST 2007
Lee Revell wrote:
> On 8/23/07, stan <stanl at cox.net> wrote:
>> I don't think so. Here is the output of fuser /dev/snd/*
>> /dev/snd/pcmC0D0p: 3069m
>> /dev/snd/timer: 3069
> Looks like it's in use by process 3069? What is that?
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That is esd, Esound daemon.
esd - The Enlightened Sound Daemon
Starts up EsounD, which provides a sound mixing server.
-d DEVICE force esd to use sound device DEVICE
-b run server in 8 bit sound mode
-r RATE run server at sample rate of RATE
-as SECS free audio device after SECS of inactivity (-1 to
-unix use unix domain sockets instead of tcp/ip
-tcp use tcp/ip sockets instead of unix domain
-public make tcp/ip access public (other than localhost)
-promiscuous start unlocked and owned (disable authenticaton)
-terminate terminate esd daemon after last client exits
-noterminate do not terminate esd daemon after last client exits
-nobeeps disable startup beeps
-beeps enable startup beeps
-trust start esd even if use of /tmp/.esd can be insecure
-port PORT listen for connections at PORT (only for tcp/ip)
-bind ADDRESS binds to ADDRESS (only for tcp/ip)
-v --version print version information
Possible devices are: /dev/dsp, /dev/dsp2, etc.
FILES /etc/esd.conf daemon configuration file
And it must be my problem. It must have been started by default because
I didn't start it. I'll see if I can configure it to share the sound
card or disable it.
Thank you very much.
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