On Sun, Aug 19, 2001 at 04:42:35PM -0500, some SMTP stream spewed forth: 
> Søren Schmidt wrote:
> > It seems Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> > 
> >>On 19 Aug, Søren Schmidt wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >>>>>Yups, reverting this, even in a newer kernel makes sound work again,
> >>>>>well the VIA support is still not sounding proberly, but it didn't
> >>>>>before as well so thats not related to this bogon...
> >>>>>
> >>>>Perhaps the bug in the chipset^wPCI-spec?
> >>>>
> >>>I dont think so, before the latest changes it worked just fine...
> >>>
> >>What's the problem? I didn't noticed anything.
> >>
> > 
> > It seems that there is either a slight pause, or random noise
> > between each DMA buffer played...
> > 
> > -Søren
> Was this chipset or motherboard-dependant?

With regard to the issues I mentioned earlier in this thread
(that ~1 second of audio plays before the audio stops and I must kill
xmms or mpg123),
I am using

Asus K7V
Athlon 700
SoundBlaster Live! Platinum

> Like I said, I had no problems running SMP and with a SB/Live!-Value...
> Current as of yesterday morning [6-7AMish CDT], Tyan S1696DLUA motherboard, 2 
>Pentium-II/333's, SB/Live! Value card. Did not produce 
> thse issues.

I have experienced this since the 17th. There have been no commits
remotely near the sound system since then.


> jim
> -- 
> ET has one helluva sense of humor!
> He's always anal-probing right-wing schizos!

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