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Re: Audio in Gnome
On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 01:08:30PM -0700, Cliff Wright wrote:
> I recently installed pulseaudio. Some things I found, if hal is not
> running then module-detect is used, which for NetBSD only works for OSS,
> and requires a file /dev/sndstat with these 2 lines:
> Audio devices:
> , and the link /dev/dsp0.0 -> /dev/sound0
> But then I found with record enabled pulseaudio used 100% cpu time.
> So I changed /usr/pkg/etc/pulse/default.pa to load module-oss directly
> with the added parameter record=false (and commenting out the auto load)
> Also changed daemon.conf, it needed
> disable-shm = yes # not implied with no open_shm
> high-priority = no
> exit-idle-time = -1 #man says default is -1, but acts like 20.
> module-idle-time = -1
> default-fragment-size-msec = 100 # was 25
I haven't been able to check. This seems like pre-OSS4. What is going on
with OSS4 on NetBSD? Still at OSS3?
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