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Running mandrake 9.1. I can start xine, but no audio. when i start xine from CLI i copied this error main: probing <oss> audio output plugin audio_oss_out: Opening audio device... ...
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- 06-01-2003 #1
- Join Date
- Jun 2003
XINE no audio ..blues
Running mandrake 9.1. I can start xine, but no audio.
when i start xine from CLI i copied this error
main: probing <oss> audio output plugin
audio_oss_out: Opening audio device...
audio_oss_out: using device >/dev/dsp<
audio_oss_out: opening audio device /dev/dsp failed:
Resource temporarily unavailable
load_plugins: failed to load audio output plugin <oss>
main: audio driver probing failed => no audio output
I am new to linux, so I am looking for what to do next. Not a programmer,,,,not a guru.
Hope i gave enough information for someone to help me.
thanks in advance
- 06-01-2003 #2
- Join Date
- Oct 2001
- Täby, Sweden
I'm suspecting that you're using an older or lower-end soundcard, right? Resource temporarily unavailable means that some other process is holding the soundcard open for the moment, and if you're using a non-multiplexing sound card, only one process can do that at a time.
I'm guessing that you have either GNOME or KDE started and that therefore either esd or artsd is holding it open. I haven't used Xine myself, but check if there's an option to make the sound go through either esd or artsd, whichever you're using (esd for GNOME, artsd for KDE). That will decrease the quality of sound, but except killing your sound multiplexer everytime you want to watch a movie, I don't know what else to do, really.