From: Jeff Welty <welty@ha...> - 2004-02-24 14:36:06
I'm wondering if your default audio device is not "/dev/dsp" ? Rob Fair
submitted a patch to let you configure it, and that feature will appear with
the new version of GWC I'm working on for the Gnome 2 library.
If you think that may be the problem, for now you can edit gwc.c, in the
function. Line 984 is:
start_playback("/dev/dsp", &audio_view, &prefs, 0.10, 0.25);
And you can change "/dev/dsp" to whatever the default sound device is
on Mandrake 9.2 -- if that's the problem it will restore your sound.
Zoltan Veres wrote:
>Dear Jeff Welty,
>First of all, I would like to thank you for developing
>GWC. I use it quite often, and I am pleased with its
>click removal capabilities.
>My question is related to the newest release available
>on Sourceforge, which I compiled yesterday and
>apparently works but I can not hear any sound on
>playback. My current distibution is Mandrake 9.2, and
>I can play back music with XMMS, for example. I tried
>to play back with bplay, and it gives the same
>I used an older release (16.??) of GWC on Mandrake
>8.2, and it was working well...
>Could you please help me? I already tried to find
>similar posts in discussion groups, but did not find
>any... Naturally I do not expect you solving distro
>related problems, but maybe you have received feedback
>on this issue.
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