W dniu 16.09.2010 21:10, Adrian Knoth pisze:
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 06:15:11AM +0000, Debian Bug Tracking System wrote:
Bug #596868 [iceweasel] Subject: iceweasel: Iceweasel crashes when
playing video files
How do you bridge between iceweasel and jackd? Given that jackd is not a
generic desktop sound server but the underlying routing framework for
audio production environments (read: studios), you somehow need to
bridge your consumer applications (read: flash) to jackd.
Yes, this machine is used to work with jack (jackd2), ardour, zynaddsubfx,
guitarix and rakarrack, and it runs with RT-extended kernel.
There are a couple of options:
1. Use libasound2-plugins and its alsa-jack bridge
2. Use pulseaudio-module-jack, if need be, run
"pactl load-module module-jack-sink" and then pavucontrol to
redirect your sound to jackd
3. Use a jack-enabled libflashplugin-extrasound.
I have both libasound2-plugins and pulseaudio-module-jack installed.
If it's jack related problem, then probably it was caused by the fact,
that jack server
was not started, when I used firefox.
However I think, that in this case I should get an error message (or
even better error message box) urging me to start jackd - not just crash
of the whole firefox application...
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