[linux-audio-user] Delta 1010/ALSA fluke

Aaron Trumm aaron at nquit.com
Fri Mar 11 19:16:52 EST 2005

> > Maybe next time, if there is one, you can just try to restart ALSA
> > rather than reboot.  If ALSA restart doesn't work, then try some
> > other things, I wouldn't know what, to see if you can get it going
> > again.  This is just a generic debugging method that I'll use in lieu
> > of reboots.  It sure helps to isolate where the problem might be,
> > whereas a reboot obscures where the problem might be.
> yes I should try that - thanks :)  I'm going to try recreating the problem
> tonight.  I'm not sure if I'll ever see it again or not...

well I finally recreated the anomoly and yes I just tried restarting alsa
instead of rebooting and it seems to have gone away...hmmm.  the way I
recreated it was by taxing the system a little - running like 8 instances of
mplayer at once


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