[rtg@angel ~]$ cat /proc/asound/cards
On Sun, 16 May 2010, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> For starters tell us which soundcard you have, that could help
> Do you have a .wav file handy? You could try playing that using aplay.
I then went to the 'sound' preferences panel, and clicked on the various
alert sonds presented there. Each one played itself just fine. This
particular exercise is the one that 'confirmed' to me that it wasn't
working an hour ago. No changes since then other than a reboot.
> AFAIK fc12 uses the "normal" grub? I'm not sure. _Some_ distro had
Moving on -
I launched Ardour, opening the 'test' session I had started earlier. I
imported a stereo .wav file into a new track, and attempted to play it.
Same as before: clicking the 'play' button does nothing. The playhead
doesn't move, clock doesn't count, etc. This time, however, the 'go to
start' and 'go to end' buttons do work.
When I try to close the session, Ardour locks up completely. The
'session' menu doesn't even disappear...
top shows me that ardour is still grabbing some cpu cycles every few
seconds, but jackd doesn't show up at all.
`ps aux' shows me this:
[rtg@angel ~]$ ps aux | grep jack
rtg 2234 0.0 3.7 90208 76936 ? SLsl 23:42 0:00
/usr/bin/jackd -T -ndefault -p 128 -R -P 60 -T -d alsa -n 2 -r 48000 -p
1024 -d hw:0,0
rtg 2252 0.0 0.0 4212 712 pts/1 S+ 23:55 0:00 grep jack
[rtg@angel ~]$ ps aux | grep ardour
rtg 2206 2.9 5.8 298672 120568 ? SLl 23:42 0:22
rtg 2233 0.0 0.0 0 0 ? Z 23:42 0:00
rtg 2254 0.0 0.0 4212 716 pts/1 S+ 23:55 0:00 grep
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