Quoting Eric Hodel <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
| email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
| > Since sometime around Christmas I noticed that sound no longer worked
| > wiith my new kernels from new worlds. I can go back to a pre-Christmas
| > kernel and it works fine. I thought I might have done something or that
| > it would work itself out. I haven't found what I might have done wrong
| > and it hasn't worked itself out so I wonder if there is anyone else having
| > issues with maestro3 or similar sound problems? Are there any ideas for
| > what I might do to get it working again?
| > Then trying to play an mp3 I get
| > pcm0:play:0: play interrupt timeout, channel dead
| I get this on -STABLE if I'm playing an mp3, suspend the laptop, then
| resume it. If I kill and restart mpg123, it starts playing fine again.
| I think it has an es1868 in it.
Thanks. I'm running Current as of cvsup-ed as of a 90 minutes ago. I also have
a new kernel, clean libraries, includes and system binaries. With an old -
December 20 kernel - I can play anything that I've tried. With kernel's since
about December 26 or 27, I can't. I noticed it first while testing mplayer
with quicktime. I was getting a hang with any video that had audio, without
audio it worked great. Then I started trying mp3, au, etc.
Thanks, again for you observations and help,
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