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SubjectRe: snd-intel8x0 buggy on Nvidia CK804, TYAN, AMD Opteron board?
On Friday, 20. May 2005 10:58, Takashi Iwai wrote:
> At Fri, 20 May 2005 09:38:15 +0200,
> Christian Parpart wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > well, I'm just trying to listen to my music, however, it's either a no-go
> > (using ALSA-OSS emulation) or just a plain pain to listen to (via ALSA
> > directly).
> >
> > In first case, I just hear nothing. A `dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/dsp`
> > stops at a certain byte and in my headset I hear a very high beep tone.
> >
> > in second case, the music seems very deformed and the output is very
> > buggy at all (meaning, that it played just for a few minutes).
> > deformed means, that the foreground singer has been somewhat in the very
> > background and it overall has been very unfunny to listen to.
> >
> > I was trying different players and versions anyway.
> >
> > So, is this supposed to be a bug in the kernel sound driver for my
> > certain hardware?
> Do you run cpufreq or something related with that?

Nope, sorry, I even didnt install any of these cpufreq-alike tools on my host:
AMD Opteron on a TYAN board with nForce4 chipset.

Christian Parpart.
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