Bjoern Olausson пишет:
Latest unstable (25Oct 19:57) works from command line with mplayer, without the proc oss fix.
Confirmed. The stuttering got better, but is still present.
Xine works flawless.
aplay still works but only with dmix.
Samplingrate 11025Hz and 8000Hz do not play a clear sinus, sounds a bit scratchy.. All other common samplingrates work flawless. Could someone confirm that? http://tmp.olausson.de/30days/0_16_s_8000.wav http://tmp.olausson.de/30days/0_16_s_11025.wav http://tmp.olausson.de/30days/0_16_s_96000.wav
Just using "aplay file.wav"
More noticable ist it when using mplayer. Crackles a lot with 8000Hz and 11025Hz "mplayer file.wav"
mmh, xine crackles too. Please someone confirm, otherwise the files may be bad.
Now also almost working in gnome with pulse, sound is recognisable but with lots of interference/corruption.
No pulseaudio on my machine. Sry.
Machine did not crash at any point!
Just observed a X crash when using smplayer to play a avi. When I closed smplayer while the movie was playing X crashed. (But could be unrelated to audio, I could not reproduce it)
But no crash or freez so far.
This was running on 2.6.26... is this a problem? SUPPORTED_KERNELS says 2.6.25 or earlier?
I am using vanilla 126.96.36.199
Thanks for you awesome work!
By the way, what's next on your plan when stereo output and recording is working flawless?
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--Tried the latest driver. --All is fine (haven't tested recording however) except pulseaudio --(doesn't work) and wine (sound is mega-glitchy, possibly because of --strange period and buffer sizes it uses: period=544, buffer=8704). --System is stable. OSS works fine.
Also dmix causes horrible glitches everywhere. Was anyone able to make good dmix config?