I have also experienced some timing isuues since I switched to new kernel+ALSA
I try to look into it. but anyway, if aRts is running, the output plugin
should be able to connect to the aRts server. did you try if aRts is really
running with explicitly using the xmms aRts output plugin?
On Thursday 27 November 2003 06:50, Jason Wood wrote:
> On Thursday 27 Nov 2003 2:28 pm, Jelte Liebrand wrote:
> > Hiya,
> > Just wondered if anybody else is seeing problems of the clips running at
> > (what looks like) twice the normal speed. I haven't found one clip that
> > actually works for me (running Knoppix / debian).
> > Jason, did you not mention you saw this on the latest mandrake as well?
> Yes, I have just done a little experimentation. The same problem occurs in
> pplay (one of the utilities that comes with piave - it doesn't get
> installed, but can be run directly from the /piave/utils folder.)
> On my machine, it appears that the problem occurs because artsd is not
> running, although when I start it, I then get different sound issues - the
> sound stutters and is interspersed with white noise.
> If I run pplay, I get the following line :
> artsstream.cc:109 WARNING: failed to initialize aRts: can't connect to aRts
> followed by hundreds of the following line :
> ossstream.cc:278 WARNING: writing to /dev/dsp result=-1
> Any thoughts, Rolf?