good_bye300 at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 12 19:22:41 CDT 2008
[chris at localhost ~]$ rpm -qa | grep pulseaudio
[chris at localhost ~]$
I only had one alsa-plugins-pulseaudio, and it was for 64-bit. I removed it, but the game I am having trouble with is available only in 32-bit. I tried creating a custom ~/.asoundrc as suggested by the only google result I got, but that didn't help. When I run the game from gnome-terminal, I get this error repeated over and over again.
ENABLE_INTEL_VERTEXCACHE_OPT: Possible Junk (!block->vbo)
I put that into google and found only one result. It did not work, so I am stumped. I didn't have this problem with 64-bit Ubuntu, why Fedora 8 64-bit?
Vern Davis <vern.davis at gmail.com> wrote: On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 1:50 AM, Chris Lemire wrote:
> Has anyone been experiencing sound problems in FC8 with PulseAudio? Sometimes I will lose sound completely. Other times I cannot get sound from more than one application at a time. Other times I can't get any sound working with Skype. I have searched the Fedora Forums with no luck.
> Christopher Lemire
I had that problem, but only after upgrading a bunch of stuff.
I found several places on google that said to remove
alsa-plugins-pulseaudio, and that worked for me.
My initial install of F8 64 bit was the easiest, fastest install of
any OS I have ever done. It took 45 minutes, including installing all
the the updates from the repositories.
I used the atrpms repository to install the things Redhat won't.
I did not have one single bit of trouble until I started using the
livna repository to get some of the mythtv packages.
It seems the repository managers don't coordinate very well.
vern.davis at gmail.com
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