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Re: [linrad] Hanging of Linrad when attempting to configure audio card

On Tuesday 12 November 2002 10:55 pm, Kohjin Yamada wrote:
Joe I would look for a bug in the linrad program. Alsa works fine on my 
comuter with all my programs.

> Hi Joe,
> I very strongly would recommend you to download OSS not to waste your time!
> I have tried free ALSA and one in distributed driver many times but all
> were failed.
> Leif had the same experience too.
> I recall that one person in the reflector got success with ALSA but don't
> know who.
> Once again, just go ahead and download the evaluation version!
> Kohjin - JR1EDE
> At 22:18 02/11/12 -0600, you wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >I've recently created a dual boot system running Win2K and Redhat 7.3.
> I'm curious as to whether anyone else has encountered the same issue that I
> have in trying to get Linrad operational.
> >I've followed Leif's installation (which I add were quite well written and
> understandable for a new-to-linux individual) with svgalib, nasm, and
> linrad being installed.  I've not attempted to download the OpenSound
> solution as it is my understanding that this capability is part of the
> Redhat Linux release.
> >The issue I have come across is that whenever I attempt to set up the
> sound card (Sound Blaster Live), Linrad indicates that it is attempting to
> open /dev/dsp as read only and the program hangs necessitating a reboot.
> >I've not notice any difficulty in dealing with the soundcard....e.g. it
> plays and records normally using the normal KDE tools.
> >If anyone has any ideas, I'd sure welcome them as I'm a bit stuck.
> >
> >Computer is AMD Athlon 1900+
> >Sound Blaster Live Value
> >
> >73,
> >Joe - N5PYK EM13qe

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