Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #937: pacmd set-default-sink has no effect on output

2011-05-22 Thread PulseAudio
#937: pacmd set-default-sink has no effect on output
-+--
  Reporter:  takkat  |   Owner:  lennart   
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon
Resolution:  worksforme  |Keywords:  pacmd set-default-sink
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Yeah, this is expected. The default device in PA is more of a fallback,
 not an active thing. It is by design that it doesn't move streams. g-v-c
 specifically moves devices when it sets the default, so it's it's code
 that decides this policy.

 FWIW, all of this will change in the not too distant future and there will
 be more robust routing systems implemented inside PA that will provide
 greater flexibility and control.

 In the mean time, your workaround is likely valid, but obviously you won't
 be able to override the choice on a per-application basis (e.g. in
 pavucontrol) and expect it to stick, but this is likely something you
 can live with :)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #940: module-combine-sink: Latency tracking is broken

2011-05-22 Thread PulseAudio
#940: module-combine-sink: Latency tracking is broken
-+--
  Reporter:  forest  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-combine-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Thanks for that Forest! The patches look good, but I'm not 100% sure of
 the last one. I accept that it's needed for VLC but it may not be quite as
 nice for power-friendly applications... I'll have to discuss this but in
 an ideal world VLC should be able to deal more gracefully with large
 latencies (which would likely be needed for properly supporting e.g.
 network or bluetooth devices anyway I believe). I'll certainly merge the
 first three if no one else complains.

 If it helps in the mean time we can perhaps make the block size argument a
 modarg which will help mitigate problems with some clients while keeping
 the current default for optimum power for clients that support the larger
 latencies more gracefully (of course this might be irrelevant but I'll
 find out :D)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #940: module-combine-sink: Latency tracking is broken

2011-05-20 Thread PulseAudio
#940: module-combine-sink: Latency tracking is broken
-+--
  Reporter:  forest  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-combine-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by forest):

 The attached patches make VLC a lot happier on my machine.

 These ML threads are probably related:

 http://www.mail-archive.com/pulseaudio-
 disc...@mail.0pointer.de/msg08026.html
 http://www.mail-archive.com/pulseaudio-
 disc...@mail.0pointer.de/msg09706.html

 Thanks,
 Forest

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.

2011-05-19 Thread PulseAudio
#939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.
-+--
  Reporter:  diek85  |   Owner:  lennart  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-alsa-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:   
-+--

Comment(by diek85):

 Thank you for your kind reply.


 Even without inserting in my .bashrc the EXPORT you indicated, if I try to
 execute
 {{{
 pacmd list | grep canberra
 }}}

 the sistem already gives me no results. The strange thing is that when the
 system hangs, the logs contains the error I mentioned but if I was
 listening to any kind of audio (flash, mp3, so on) I am still able to
 listen!!

 By now I'm starting to think that the PA error message is itself a
 consequence of another bug that, somehow, freezes the system and makes PA
 display that message. :S

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.

2011-05-19 Thread PulseAudio
#939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.
-+--
  Reporter:  diek85  |   Owner:  lennart  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-alsa-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:   
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Now I look it seems that libcanberra does not show up directly here in the
 output. I should probably patch it to put something in the client proplist
 so we know that it is involved So the test previously is bogus... you
 should however see some things like the panel etc. showing up in {{{pacmd
 list-clients}}} If you set the CANBERRA_DRIVER=null, then these clients
 should go away after a reboot.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #940: module-combine-sink: Latency tracking is broken (was: module-combine-sink: Initialize smoother with offset pa_rtclock_now())

2011-05-19 Thread PulseAudio
#940: module-combine-sink: Latency tracking is broken
-+--
  Reporter:  forest  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-combine-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--
Changes (by forest):

  * component:  daemon = module-combine-*


Comment:

 FYI, latency tracking for this module seems to be broken in other ways,
 too.  I'm debugging now and hope to have a more comprehensive patch ready
 today.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.

2011-05-18 Thread PulseAudio
#939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.
-+--
  Reporter:  diek85  |   Owner:  lennart  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
 Milestone:  0.9.23  |   Component:  module-alsa-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:   
-+--
Changes (by diek85):

  * milestone:  = 0.9.23


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.

2011-05-18 Thread PulseAudio
#939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.
-+--
  Reporter:  diek85  |   Owner:  lennart  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-alsa-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:   
-+--
Changes (by coling):

  * milestone:  0.9.23 =


Old description:

 I've got the following problem. Randomly GNOME3 completely freezes (I am
 able to move the mouse pointer but any click I make has no effect). Since
 the system freezes I'm able to see the precise hour in the Gnome3 top
 panel. Consulting the log contained in /var/log/errors.log I see that
 every time the system freezes the log contains the following error:
 May 14 21:27:23 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1674]: module-alsa-card.c: Failed to
 find a working profile.
 May 14 21:27:23 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1674]: module.c: Failed to load
 module module-alsa-card (argument: device_id=29 name=platform-
 thinkpad_acpi card_name=alsa_card.platform-thinkpad_acpi tsched=yes
 ignore_dB=no card_properties=module-udev-detect.discovered=1):
 initialization failed.
 May 14 21:27:26 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1740]: pid.c: Daemon already running.

New description:

 I've got the following problem. Randomly GNOME3 completely freezes (I am
 able to move the mouse pointer but any click I make has no effect). Since
 the system freezes I'm able to see the precise hour in the Gnome3 top
 panel. Consulting the log contained in /var/log/errors.log I see that
 every time the system freezes the log contains the following error:
 {{{
 May 14 21:27:23 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1674]: module-alsa-card.c: Failed to
 find a working profile.
 May 14 21:27:23 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1674]: module.c: Failed to load
 module module-alsa-card (argument: device_id=29 name=platform-
 thinkpad_acpi card_name=alsa_card.platform-thinkpad_acpi tsched=yes
 ignore_dB=no card_properties=module-udev-detect.discovered=1):
 initialization failed.
 May 14 21:27:26 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1740]: pid.c: Daemon already running.
 }}}

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.

2011-05-18 Thread PulseAudio
#939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.
-+--
  Reporter:  diek85  |   Owner:  lennart  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-alsa-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:   
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Sorry for the late reply.

 I don't really see anythign from that log that indicates that PA has
 frozen. It's mearly PA being loaded again for some reason while it is
 already running. Quite why this is happening it's impossible to tell.

 I wouldn't rule out the fact that something in GNOME3 is relying on PA in
 a way that is incorrect. In order to check this, you should ensure that
 libcanberra is not used on your system by setting {{{
 export CANBERRA_DRIVER=null
 }}}
 in your ~/.bashrc

 This should prevent any login sounds and any other desktop event sounds
 including IM messages, new mail notifications etc.

 You should confirm this via:
 {{{
 pacmd list | grep canberra
 }}}
 after logging in. It should produce no results.

 Once you have confirmed that this prevents the freeze, you will likely
 have to debug libcanberra code to work out what is wrong.

 You should also log in to your system via SSH to check to see whether it
 really is PA that has frozen (ask it things like pactl stat etc.) or
 whether it is a misbehaving client (i.e. canberra) that is to blame.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #940: module-combine-sink: Initialize smoother with offset pa_rtclock_now()

2011-05-18 Thread PulseAudio
#940: module-combine-sink: Initialize smoother with offset pa_rtclock_now()
+---
 Reporter:  forest  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:  |  
+---
 I was seeing severe skipping playing a WAV file to a combined sink (analog
 + HDMI) using VLC (with both the alsa and pulse output modules).  I did
 not see any problems using aplay or paplay.  VLC relies heavily on latency
 estimates to manage stream synchronization.

 I traced this down to bad latency estimates that the attached patch
 appears to fix.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #941: No sound from Ice1712 chipsets - can help so it can maybee work

2011-05-18 Thread PulseAudio
#941: No sound from Ice1712 chipsets - can help so it can maybee work
--+
 Reporter:  mith


  |   
Owner:  lennart  
 Type:  defect  


  |  
Status:  new  
Milestone:  


  |   
Component:  module-alsa-*
 Keywords:  Digigram VX442 Hoontech Soundtrack Audio DSP 24 IC Ensemble Generic 
device  M-Audio Midiman MAudio Delta 44  66  410  1010  1010LT  1010-LT  
Audiophile 2496  DiO 2496 Seasound Solo Sonorus Medi/o Terratec 
EWS88D  EWS88MT  EWX24/96  DMX 6Fire Event Electronics EZ8  ALSA Pulseaudio 
 |  
--+
 Hi, I have no sound from with my M-audio Delta 1010 LT soundcard from
 fresh install in ubuntu (eighter one of these) 10.04, 10.10 and 11.04.

 Not working from fresh install in ubuntustudio 10.04, 10.10 also.


 I have reported this bug to Ubuntu team on theirs Launchpad site but with
 no luck resolving this as an permanet fix.

 As I have understand, You develop Pulseaudio and not Ubuntu as I first
 believed (im new to Linux) and I think its more important to report the
 bug here so it can be fixed. And if it gets fixed here, it will apply to
 all Linux distros using Pulseaudio/Alsa.


 Actually Ice 1712 chipsets are on a lot of soundcards so if this will get
 fixed A LOT of soundcards and their users will get working sound.


 Ive managed to follow some guides when ive searched myself over the net
 how to get audio working with this card and it worked.

 Now im reporting this so it can be implemented so it can be working again
 with all soundcards using Ice 1712 chipset (now date I know about 17
 soundcards that will work if this will be fixed - thats some!)

 I myself are an soundtechnican and musican doing music on the computer so
 I have knowledge in how to set the default mixer for best results and also
 some tips about setting the right latency.


 As I have discovered it can get to work but with audio glitches, have you
 ever thought of increasing the buffer size that the soundcard uses? If its
 to low, of course the sound will glitch.



 I would recommend the following: If you only uses the computer not in
 making music etc, you can set a high buffer for the soundcard.

 Its only when you are making music you are in need of a low-latency
 responsive system. otherwise you can set the buffer size to 512, 768 or
 1024.

 The slower the computer and older, the better to have an high latency
 value. Because if the computer is to slow the audio will glitch. Therefore
 its good? to set a high value like 512 to have older computers able to
 playback sound.

 As said, its only usefull to have a low latency when you are working with
 music applications or videoediting etc. But the normal user dont do music
 on the computer. I think its better to have sound working with low latency
 than not working at all.

 512 as a value should be fine, 768 as buffer size to help really older
 computers (before 2002 etc) to work and 1024 for even older..

 Just sharing my thoughts on this.



 I can contribute to this in order to try making it work if you help me
 what to do so you can use it later in future Pulse audio releases that
 many Linux distrubitations use so many can get some sound..

 So here I am willing to help make this work!
 Thankful for co-operation!

 With best regards
 Mikael T.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #941: No sound from Ice1712 chipsets - can help so it can maybee work

2011-05-18 Thread PulseAudio
#941: No sound from Ice1712 chipsets - can help so it can maybee work
-+--
  Reporter:  mith|   Owner:  lennart



 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new



 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-alsa-*  



 
Resolution:  |Keywords:  Digigram VX442 Hoontech Soundtrack Audio 
DSP 24 IC Ensemble Generic device  M-Audio Midiman MAudio Delta 44  66  410  
1010  1010LT  1010-LT  Audiophile 2496  DiO 2496 Seasound Solo Sonorus 
Medi/o Terratec EWS88D  EWS88MT  EWX24/96  DMX 6Fire Event Electronics 
EZ8  ALSA Pulseaudio
-+--
Changes (by mith):

 * cc: mthurb...@yahoo.se (added)


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #938: microphone is broken when Cheese or other software with video (Skype, etc) it's happens with my usb creative cam live! (VF0470)

2011-05-15 Thread PulseAudio
#938: microphone is broken when Cheese or other software with video (Skype, etc)
it's happens with my usb creative cam live! (VF0470)
-+--
  Reporter:  niko|   Owner:  PulseAudio 0.9.22-24-g67d18
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  |Keywords:  microphone video cheese
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Can you report this bug via Launchpad as this is quite possibly something
 that will involve kernel interaction etc. too which is harder for us to
 debug generically upstream (not many of us are Ubuntu users). It's likely
 better for triaging to go via Launchpad and the Ubuntu folks can then
 discuss the problem with other upstream folk after more specific info is
 gathered.

 Thanks.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.

2011-05-15 Thread PulseAudio
#939: Pulseaudio freezes the system.
+---
 Reporter:  diek85  |   Owner:  lennart  
 Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
Milestone:  |   Component:  module-alsa-*
 Keywords:  |  
+---
 I've got the following problem. Randomly GNOME3 completely freezes (I am
 able to move the mouse pointer but any click I make has no effect). Since
 the system freezes I'm able to see the precise hour in the Gnome3 top
 panel. Consulting the log contained in /var/log/errors.log I see that
 every time the system freezes the log contains the following error:
 May 14 21:27:23 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1674]: module-alsa-card.c: Failed to
 find a working profile.
 May 14 21:27:23 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1674]: module.c: Failed to load
 module module-alsa-card (argument: device_id=29 name=platform-
 thinkpad_acpi card_name=alsa_card.platform-thinkpad_acpi tsched=yes
 ignore_dB=no card_properties=module-udev-detect.discovered=1):
 initialization failed.
 May 14 21:27:26 VGPORT01 pulseaudio[1740]: pid.c: Daemon already running.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #938: microphone is broken when Cheese or other software with video (Skype, etc) it's happens with my usb creative cam live! (VF0470)

2011-05-13 Thread PulseAudio
#938: microphone is broken when Cheese or other software with video (Skype, etc)
it's happens with my usb creative cam live! (VF0470)
-+--
 Reporter:  niko |   Owner:  PulseAudio 0.9.22-24-g67d18
 Type:  defect   |  Status:  new
Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:  microphone video cheese  |  
-+--
 I have microphone in this cam, and another one mic. This problem is for
 both devices.
 Mic is recognized, I can record and playback is ok, but when I'm starting
 cheese or Skype with video then recording from microphone is corupted.
 Playback is very slow. And when I turn off Skype or/and cheese, then this
 effect is still on. I must reboot computer for fix this.
 Attached is a small sample of such a playback (I'm saying this is test).
 https://launchpadlibrarian.net/71057466/bug.ogg

 This bug is in fresh Ubuntu and Kubuntu 11.04 and in older 10.10, maybe in
 another older version too.
 I can do again this effect on another computer with this cam.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #936: Recording not possible at all

2011-05-11 Thread PulseAudio
#936: Recording not possible at all
--+-
  Reporter:  RobK_BN  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect   |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  fixed|Keywords: 
--+-
Changes (by RobK_BN):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = fixed


Comment:

 After todays upgrade of PA to version 0.9.22-24-g67d18, the mic is
 working. it's snap-crackle-popping, though, but it's working.

 Rob

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #937: pacmd set-default-sink has no effect on output

2011-05-11 Thread PulseAudio
#937: pacmd set-default-sink has no effect on output
+---
 Reporter:  takkat  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:  pacmd set-default-sink  |  
+---
 By using '''pacmd''' from 0.9.21/0.9.22 in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS/11.04 we are
 supposed to change the default output sink of a running daemon to sink 3
 by

 {{{
 pacmd set-default-sink 3
 }}}

 In ''Output Devices'' from gnome-volume-control sink 3 is marked active as
 expected but sound will still be send to the previously selected sink 0.

 We are therefore unable to reliably change the output sink from the
 command line.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #712: Pulseaudio breaks wine dsound tests

2011-05-11 Thread PulseAudio
#712: Pulseaudio breaks wine dsound tests
+---
  Reporter:  austin987  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect |  Status:  new
 Milestone: |   Component:  core   
Resolution: |Keywords: 
+---
Description changed by coling:

Old description:

 Wine's conformance tests break when pulseaudio is running:
 ds3d.c:1225: *** Testing Primary Sound Driver - ***
 ds3d.c:1239: Testing the primary buffer
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1242: Testing 3D primary buffer
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1245: Testing 3D primary buffer with listener
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1225: *** Testing default - winealsa.drv ***
 ds3d.c:1239: Testing the primary buffer
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1242: Testing 3D primary buffer
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1245: Testing 3D primary buffer with listener
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d: 865 tests executed (0 marked as todo, 6 failures), 0 skipped.

 Running the tests without pulseaudio works fine, of course.

New description:

 Wine's conformance tests break when pulseaudio is running:
 {{{
 ds3d.c:1225: *** Testing Primary Sound Driver - ***
 ds3d.c:1239: Testing the primary buffer
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1242: Testing 3D primary buffer
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1245: Testing 3D primary buffer with listener
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1225: *** Testing default - winealsa.drv ***
 ds3d.c:1239: Testing the primary buffer
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1242: Testing 3D primary buffer
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d.c:1245: Testing 3D primary buffer with listener
 ds3d.c:449: Test failed: buffer size changed after SetFormat() - previous
 size was 88200, current size is 22052
 ds3d: 865 tests executed (0 marked as todo, 6 failures), 0 skipped.
 }}}

 Running the tests without pulseaudio works fine, of course.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #817: Does not compile on GNU/Hurd

2011-05-09 Thread PulseAudio
#817: Does not compile on GNU/Hurd
--+-
  Reporter:  pino |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-

Comment(by pino):

 Any news about this patch?
 Most probably some of the parts are not that beautiful, but IMHO most of
 the patch could be applied. Also, having a review of the non-upstream-able
 parts would be nice, so we can just apply them to the Debian/Hurd
 packaging.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #936: Recording not possible at all

2011-05-09 Thread PulseAudio
#936: Recording not possible at all
-+--
 Reporter:  RobK_BN  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect   |  Status:  new
Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:   |  
-+--
 When I try to record using pulseaudio 0.9.22-24-g67d18 on my Ubuntu 11.04
 (Natty) system, I receive nothing, not even a flatline. I got two line
 ins, one is the internal mic, but an external mic connected to the mic
 plug doesn't work either.

 I'm attaching the output of 'pacmd list' while trying a recording using
 Ubuntu's latest audacity, having set both the  input and output devices to
 'pulse', as well as the output of the bash script from http://git.alsa-
 project.org/?p=alsa-driver.git;a=blob_plain;f=utils/alsa-info.sh.

 The system is a HP TouchSmart PC laptop, the soundcard a Realtek ALC268.

 Please let me know if I can provide any further details to solve this. I'm
 available for an IRC chat, too.

 Rob

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #495: Output to an RAOP sink skips

2011-05-07 Thread PulseAudio
#495: Output to an RAOP sink skips
---+
  Reporter:  clconway  |   Owner:  coling   
  Type:  defect|  Status:  new  
 Milestone:|   Component:  module-raop-*
Resolution:|Keywords:  module-raop-sink skip
---+
Changes (by elsdoerfer):

 * cc: elsdoerfer (added)


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-05-01 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed  
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  fixed   |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by arnau):

 Hi

 Replying to [comment:8 coling]:
  If a bug still exists then it's certainly OK (and indeed actively
 encouraged!) to reopen the bug! (doubly so when you attach a patch!!)

 Ok, I was just wondering if I should have opened a new bug rather than
 reopening this one.


  This looks good, I've applied the patch now (adb16f9ff) with a slightly
 tweaked commit message. Hopefully this is fully fixed now :D
 

 Thanks for being so responsive! I have not been able to test the patch as
 I'm not using pulseaudio myself but it's building without any warning so I
 guess that's ok.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-05-01 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed  
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  fixed   |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by arnau):

 Hi,

 Replying to [comment:9 mgrela]:
  I apologize for my carelessness when creating the initial patch. This
 taught me to pay more attention to detail. It's good to see many-eyes-
 make-bugs-shallow at work :).

 No problem at all. Thanks for your initial patch!

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-04-30 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--
Changes (by arnau):

 * cc: ar...@debian.org (added)
  * status:  closed = reopened
  * resolution:  fixed =


Comment:

 Hello,

 I'm reopening this bug as the issue is not completely fixed, hope that's
 ok.

 The patch above fixes building with xcb-util = 0.3.8, but the reply is
 never checked (possible SIGSEGV if the reply is NULL) nor freed (memory
 leak at each call of the functions). Indeed, xcb_atom_get() used to do
 that.

 Also, xcb-atom was only meaningful for xcb_atom_get() and STRING, so it
 could be removed now and the build should check for xcb = 1.6 as
 XCB_ATOM_STRING was introduced from this version.

 I have added a patch addressing these issues. Could you please consider
 applying it? Thanks!

 Cheers,
 Arnaud Fontaine

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-04-30 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed  
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  fixed   |Keywords:  
-+--
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  reopened = closed
  * resolution:  = fixed


Comment:

 If a bug still exists then it's certainly OK (and indeed actively
 encouraged!) to reopen the bug! (doubly so when you attach a patch!!)

 This looks good, I've applied the patch now (adb16f9ff) with a slightly
 tweaked commit message. Hopefully this is fully fixed now :D

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #935: Gnome Pulseaudio Mixer doesnt show Front Panel Options

2011-04-30 Thread PulseAudio
#935: Gnome Pulseaudio Mixer doesnt show Front Panel Options
-+--
  Reporter:  raylz   |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  0.9.23  |   Component:  pavucontrol 
Resolution:  |Keywords:  mixer,asus,xonar,front,panel
-+--
Changes (by raylz):

 * cc: raylz (added)


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-04-28 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
-+--
  Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  lackofresponse  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 This is a shame as the DBus issue (point 3 above) is a particularly hard
 one to reproduce and thus fix, so a reliable way to reproduce it is
 certainly something I'm looking for.

 But I fully appreciate the time factor and if you are happy enough without
 PulseAudio and only really use the 3 or 4 sound producing applications
 that use Phonon, then you will not really have a significant problem.
 Obviously we care about the full audio stack on Linux and this is why we
 try to integrate things properly from the ground up, rather than just
 bolting something on top for a very narrow use case (a perfectly valid use
 case, but (and I say this as someone who has contributed to Phonon) it
 cannot be denied that it does only focus on a very narrow use case!).

 Anyway, all the best, and I hope we can resolve the underlying issue so
 when you do revisit things later it will work.

 FWIW, the stuttering issues can come from the current Phonon backend's
 pulseaudio support layer. I find that GStreamer is the only one that
 actually supports PA properly, but I do intend to help the VLC project in
 the coming months to ensure that it is all up to scratch too.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-04-28 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed  
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  fixed   |Keywords:  
-+--
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = fixed
  * milestone:  = 1.0


Comment:

 OK, I've applied the patch in my tree and it compiles up fine with my
 version of XCB, so I'm happy enough!

 Assuming it doesn't have any runtime problems, I'll push this next time I
 push.

 I'll thus close this bug for now as fixed.

 I might even push this into stable-queue, as if it compiles fine with
 older xcb (as mine appears to be) then I can't see any reason not to.

 Many thanks for the patch and the clarifications :)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-04-28 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
-+--
  Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  lackofresponse  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by martin):

 Its difficult for me to say no regarding such constructive comments. Well
 I see what I can do, I upgraded to KDE 4.6.2, I will see that I install
 the newest of Phonon and dependencies and then maybe in May I will revisit
 this. Thanks.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-04-27 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Old description:

 Hi,

 I recently tried to build pulseaudio with most recent xcb-util from git
 on my Gentoo box. It failed with the following error:

   CC libpulsecommon_0.9.22_la-x11prop.lo
 pulsecore/x11prop.c: In function 'pa_x11_set_prop':
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:60:9: warning: implicit declaration of function
 'xcb_atom_get' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:61:70: error: 'STRING' undeclared (first use in this
 function)
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:61:70: note: each undeclared identifier is reported
 only once for each function it appears in
 pulsecore/x11prop.c: In function 'pa_x11_get_prop':
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:104:53: error: 'STRING' undeclared (first use in this
 function)
 make[3]: *** [libpulsecommon_0.9.22_la-x11prop.lo] Error 1

 I've made a patch to change the call to the missing xcb_atom_get to
 something that xcb can manage. I also updated the STRING constants as
 they were obsoleted some time ago. I'm attaching the patch in the hope
 you will find it useful and include it in the main code.

 Best regards,
 Maciej Grela

New description:

 Hi,

 I recently tried to build pulseaudio with most recent xcb-util from git on
 my Gentoo box. It failed with the following error:

 {{{
   CC libpulsecommon_0.9.22_la-x11prop.lo
 pulsecore/x11prop.c: In function 'pa_x11_set_prop':
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:60:9: warning: implicit declaration of function
 'xcb_atom_get' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:61:70: error: 'STRING' undeclared (first use in this
 function)
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:61:70: note: each undeclared identifier is reported
 only once for each function it appears in
 pulsecore/x11prop.c: In function 'pa_x11_get_prop':
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:104:53: error: 'STRING' undeclared (first use in this
 function)
 make[3]: *** [libpulsecommon_0.9.22_la-x11prop.lo] Error 1
 }}}

 I've made a patch to change the call to the missing xcb_atom_get to
 something that xcb can manage. I also updated the STRING constants as they
 were obsoleted some time ago. I'm attaching the patch in the hope you will
 find it useful and include it in the main code.

 Best regards,
 Maciej Grela

--

Comment(by coling):

 Thanks for the patch.

 Can I ask a few questions about the code (I did the conversion to XCB but
 am by no means an XCB expert!):
  * The use of the word intern in the API names makes me think these are
 not meant to be access via external apps and this is just a short term fix
 for a larger problem? Am I reading too much into the names and this is
 actually named this way for other reasons?
  * Does this still compile with older XCB? If not then we need to do some
 #if magic or similar as not supporting older XCB is not an option at this
 stage.

 Cheers for any info you can provide :)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-04-27 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--
Changes (by mpiechotka):

 * cc: uzytkown...@gmail.com (added)


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-04-27 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by mgrela):

 I took the code from an old example on accessing atoms on the xcb page:

 [http://xcb.freedesktop.org/tutorial/]

 Seeing that, I assumed this is the usual way to do it under xcb. I also
 checked, that the xcb_intern_atom* symbols exist since libxcb-1.0. I tried
 to compile pulseaudio with an external libxcb using X11_CFLAGS and
 X11_LIBS but it used the system libxcb anyway.

 As for the intern in the symbol name I think it's just a tribute to
 [http://tronche.com/gui/x/xlib/window-information/XInternAtom.html
 XInternAtom] function from libX11 which performed the same operation. I
 can ask on IRC if there are still some doubts.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-04-27 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
-+--
  Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  lackofresponse  |Keywords: 
-+--
Changes (by martin):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = lackofresponse


Comment:

 Just as a little update: I now purged PulseAudio from that ThinkPad T42 as
 well cause honestly spoken I just could not stand fiddling around with non
 working sound that was working just fine prior to installing PulseAudio. I
 also had sound hicchups on starting to play a sound even while using a
 properly set up and working rtkit setup. And AFAIR there was even another
 problem.

 So in my perception Pulseaudio just horribly broke what was working just
 fine before without giving visible benefit to me and in the moment I am
 just not willing to spend lots more time on tracking down this issues. Its
 too much for me and there are more important things for me at the moment.

 I might revisit Pulseaudio in the future, for now its just not reliable
 and stable enough for me and I purged it to unbreak my systems. Its also
 difficult to judge where the problem might be when I have layer upon layer
 upon layer just to play sound. When using Pulseaudio I suddenly have stuff
 that I have to set elsewhere than in Phonon. I think Phonon at the moment
 not yet fully integrated all of Pulseaudio features which contributed to
 my perception that I had just the same as before with the exception thats
 its not working reliably anymore.

 Sorry for now following your suggestions at the moment, I think you spend
 quite some time for writing this, but in the moment its too much for me.

 Resolving as lackofresponse for now.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-04-26 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by candrews):

 I can confirm that this patch applies and fixes the problem.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #934: downmix to mono makes audio cliffing.

2011-04-21 Thread PulseAudio
#934: downmix to mono makes audio cliffing.
--+-
 Reporter:  kwanghui  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect|  Status:  new
Milestone:  0.9.23|   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:  remap |  
--+-
 down mix to mono channel makes audio cliffing.

 I think it is caused by src/pulsecore/resample.c 706 line.

 It is better to change code similar to following

 -if (a == b || a == PA_CHANNEL_POSITION_MONO || b ==
 PA_CHANNEL_POSITION_MONO) {
 +if (a == b || a == PA_CHANNEL_POSITION_MONO) {
 m-map_table_f[oc][ic] = 1.0;

 oc_connected = TRUE;
 ic_connected[ic] = TRUE;
 }
 +else if (b == PA_CHANNEL_POSITION_MONO) {
 +   if(n_ic)
 +   m-map_table_f[oc][ic] = 1.0f / (float) n_ic;
 +
 +oc_connected = TRUE;
 +ic_connected[ic] = TRUE;
 +   }

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #932: Skype crashes PA on startup

2011-04-15 Thread PulseAudio
#932: Skype crashes PA on startup
--+-
  Reporter:  frankqc  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect   |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-
Description changed by coling:

Old description:

 Starting Skype 2.2.0.25 after few seconds of sound (startup sound or,
 later, voice call) caused pulseaudio to crash (restart).

 -v log under gdb:

 D: module-suspend-on-idle.c: Sink alsa_output.pci-_00_1b.0.analog-
 surround-40 becomes busy.
 D: resampler.c: Channel matrix:
 D: resampler.c:I00
 D: resampler.c: +--
 D: resampler.c: O00 | 1,000
 D: resampler.c: O01 | 1,000
 D: resampler.c: O02 | 1,000
 D: resampler.c: O03 | 1,000
 I: remap.c: Using generic matrix remapping
 I: resampler.c: Using resampler 'speex-float-1'
 I: resampler.c: Using float32le as working format.
 I: resampler.c: Choosing speex quality setting 1.
 D: memblockq.c: memblockq requested: maxlength=33554432, tlength=0,
 base=8, prebuf=0, minreq=1 maxrewind=0
 D: memblockq.c: memblockq sanitized: maxlength=33554432,
 tlength=33554432, base=8, prebuf=0, minreq=8 maxrewind=0
 I: sink-input.c: Created input 0 Event Sound on alsa_output.pci-
 _00_1b.0.analog-surround-40 with sample spec s16le канал 1 48000Гц
 and channel map mono
 I: sink-input.c: window.icon_name = skype
 I: sink-input.c: application.icon_name = skype
 I: sink-input.c: media.role = event
 I: sink-input.c: media.name = Event Sound
 I: sink-input.c: application.name = Skype
 I: sink-input.c: native-protocol.peer = UNIX socket client
 I: sink-input.c: native-protocol.version = 16
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.id = 31197
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.user = frank
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.host = fqc-book
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.binary = skype
 I: sink-input.c: application.language = ru_UA.UTF-8
 I: sink-input.c: window.x11.display = :0.0
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.machine_id =
 a097b393763b7a20d5eff09d0003
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.session_id =
 a097b393763b7a20d5eff09d0003-1302585067.660404-2124890183
 I: sink-input.c: module-stream-restore.id = sink-input-by-media-
 role:event
 I: protocol-native.c: Requested tlength=20,02 ms, minreq=20,00 ms
 D: protocol-native.c: Adjust latency mode enabled, configuring sink
 latency to half of overall latency.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Cutting sleep time for the initial iterations by half.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Cutting sleep time for the initial iterations by half.
 D: memblockq.c: memblockq requested: maxlength=4194304, tlength=3888,
 base=2, prebuf=1970, minreq=1920 maxrewind=0
 D: memblockq.c: memblockq sanitized: maxlength=4194304, tlength=3888,
 base=2, prebuf=1970, minreq=1920 maxrewind=0
 I: protocol-native.c: Final latency 41,00 ms = 0,50 ms + 2*20,00 ms +
 0,50 ms
 D: alsa-sink.c: Cutting sleep time for the initial iterations by half.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Latency set to 0,50ms
 D: alsa-sink.c: hwbuf_unused=3528144
 D: alsa-sink.c: setting avail_min=441030
 D: alsa-sink.c: Requesting rewind due to latency change.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Requested to rewind 3528320 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Limited to 3526720 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: before: 440840
 D: alsa-sink.c: after: 440840
 D: alsa-sink.c: Rewound 3526720 bytes.
 D: sink.c: Processing rewind...
 D: sink-input.c: Have to rewind 3526720 bytes on render memblockq.
 D: source.c: Processing rewind...
 D: reserve-wrap.c: Device lock status of reserve-monitor-wrapper@Audio0
 changed: not busy
 D: sink-input.c: Requesting rewind due to uncorking
 D: alsa-sink.c: Requested to rewind 665016 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Limited to 96 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: before: 12
 D: alsa-sink.c: after: 12
 D: alsa-sink.c: Rewound 96 bytes.
 D: sink.c: Processing rewind...
 D: source.c: Processing rewind...
 D: module-suspend-on-idle.c: Sink alsa_output.pci-_00_1b.0.analog-
 surround-40 becomes busy.
 D: protocol-native.c: Requesting rewind due to end of underrun.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Requested to rewind 665016 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Mhmm, actually there is nothing to rewind.
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: sink-input.c: Requesting rewind due to corking
 [Thread 0xb309ab70 (LWP 31192) exited]
 [Thread 0xb38f4b70 (LWP 31187) exited]

 Program terminated with signal SIGKILL, Killed.
 The program no longer exists.

 Can't backtrace (no stack after SIGKILL).
 dmesg isn't saying anything.
 How to debug?

New description:

 Starting Skype 2.2.0.25 after few seconds of sound (startup sound or,
 later, voice call) caused pulseaudio to crash (restart).

 -v log under gdb:

 {{{
 D: module-suspend-on-idle.c: Sink alsa_output.pci-_00_1b.0.analog

Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #932: Skype crashes PA on startup

2011-04-15 Thread PulseAudio
#932: Skype crashes PA on startup
--+-
  Reporter:  frankqc  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect   |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-

Comment(by coling):

 Smells like it's killing itself due to CPU load. Looks like something to
 do with the underlying ALSA driver but please try a simpler (i.e. Stereo
 Duplex) profile rather than the 4.0 profile to see if that helps.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp

2011-04-15 Thread PulseAudio
#933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp
---+
  Reporter:  gromgull  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect|  Status:  new
 Milestone:|   Component:  core   
Resolution:|Keywords: 
---+

Comment(by coling):

 Seems to work OK in git master.

 {{{
 $ curl -I http://localhost:4714/listen/source/alsa_input.pci-_00_1b.0
 .analog-stereo
 HTTP/1.0 200 OK
 Connection: close
 Content-Type: audio/L16;rate=44100;channels=2
 Cache-Control: no-cache
 Expires: 0
 Server: pulseaudio/1.0.0-0.248.1.csg1
 }}}

 I can't see any obvious reason for it succeeding now (i.e. git changes)
 but if I can isolate it I'll push it to stable-queue which will become
 0.9.23 very soon.

 The release of git master won't be too long away tho', so hopefully this
 won't be a problem for too long.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp

2011-04-15 Thread PulseAudio
#933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp
---+
  Reporter:  gromgull  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect|  Status:  new
 Milestone:|   Component:  core   
Resolution:|Keywords: 
---+

Comment(by tanuk):

 Replying to [comment:1 coling]:
  I can't see any obvious reason for it succeeding now (i.e. git changes)
 but if I can isolate it I'll push it to stable-queue which will become
 0.9.23 very soon.

 This commit probably fixed it: f8aceafb1321fb2254f6cafea25c14f07a78ad49

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp

2011-04-15 Thread PulseAudio
#933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp
---+
  Reporter:  gromgull  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect|  Status:  new
 Milestone:|   Component:  core   
Resolution:|Keywords: 
---+

Comment(by gromgull):

 tanuk is right - that commit fixed it. But that was not included in 0.9.22
 - although it was 10 months before that.

 If it could make it into 0.9.23 that would be great!

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp

2011-04-15 Thread PulseAudio
#933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp
---+
  Reporter:  gromgull  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect|  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:  0.9.23|   Component:  core   
Resolution:  fixed |Keywords: 
---+
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = fixed
  * milestone:  = 0.9.23


Comment:

 OK, cherry picked to stable-queue so will be in 0.9.23.

 I should have looked in the commit logs a little harder rather than just
 git logging the protocol-stub.c file :s

 Thanks as always tanuk :)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #932: Skype crashes PA on startup

2011-04-15 Thread PulseAudio
#932: Skype crashes PA on startup
-+--
  Reporter:  frankqc |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  worksforme  |Keywords: 
-+--
Changes (by frankqc):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = worksforme


Comment:

 Replying to [comment:2 coling]:
  Smells like it's killing itself due to CPU load. Looks like something to
 do with the underlying ALSA driver but please try a simpler (i.e. Stereo
 Duplex) profile rather than the 4.0 profile to see if that helps.

 You're right! It's looks helped.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #932: Skype crashes PA on startup

2011-04-13 Thread PulseAudio
#932: Skype crashes PA on startup
-+--
 Reporter:  frankqc  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect   |  Status:  new
Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:   |  
-+--
 Starting Skype 2.2.0.25 after few seconds of sound (startup sound or,
 later, voice call) caused pulseaudio to crash (restart).

 -v log under gdb:

 D: module-suspend-on-idle.c: Sink alsa_output.pci-_00_1b.0.analog-
 surround-40 becomes busy.
 D: resampler.c: Channel matrix:
 D: resampler.c:I00
 D: resampler.c: +--
 D: resampler.c: O00 | 1,000
 D: resampler.c: O01 | 1,000
 D: resampler.c: O02 | 1,000
 D: resampler.c: O03 | 1,000
 I: remap.c: Using generic matrix remapping
 I: resampler.c: Using resampler 'speex-float-1'
 I: resampler.c: Using float32le as working format.
 I: resampler.c: Choosing speex quality setting 1.
 D: memblockq.c: memblockq requested: maxlength=33554432, tlength=0,
 base=8, prebuf=0, minreq=1 maxrewind=0
 D: memblockq.c: memblockq sanitized: maxlength=33554432, tlength=33554432,
 base=8, prebuf=0, minreq=8 maxrewind=0
 I: sink-input.c: Created input 0 Event Sound on alsa_output.pci-
 _00_1b.0.analog-surround-40 with sample spec s16le канал 1 48000Гц and
 channel map mono
 I: sink-input.c: window.icon_name = skype
 I: sink-input.c: application.icon_name = skype
 I: sink-input.c: media.role = event
 I: sink-input.c: media.name = Event Sound
 I: sink-input.c: application.name = Skype
 I: sink-input.c: native-protocol.peer = UNIX socket client
 I: sink-input.c: native-protocol.version = 16
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.id = 31197
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.user = frank
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.host = fqc-book
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.binary = skype
 I: sink-input.c: application.language = ru_UA.UTF-8
 I: sink-input.c: window.x11.display = :0.0
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.machine_id =
 a097b393763b7a20d5eff09d0003
 I: sink-input.c: application.process.session_id =
 a097b393763b7a20d5eff09d0003-1302585067.660404-2124890183
 I: sink-input.c: module-stream-restore.id = sink-input-by-media-
 role:event
 I: protocol-native.c: Requested tlength=20,02 ms, minreq=20,00 ms
 D: protocol-native.c: Adjust latency mode enabled, configuring sink
 latency to half of overall latency.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Cutting sleep time for the initial iterations by half.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Cutting sleep time for the initial iterations by half.
 D: memblockq.c: memblockq requested: maxlength=4194304, tlength=3888,
 base=2, prebuf=1970, minreq=1920 maxrewind=0
 D: memblockq.c: memblockq sanitized: maxlength=4194304, tlength=3888,
 base=2, prebuf=1970, minreq=1920 maxrewind=0
 I: protocol-native.c: Final latency 41,00 ms = 0,50 ms + 2*20,00 ms + 0,50
 ms
 D: alsa-sink.c: Cutting sleep time for the initial iterations by half.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Latency set to 0,50ms
 D: alsa-sink.c: hwbuf_unused=3528144
 D: alsa-sink.c: setting avail_min=441030
 D: alsa-sink.c: Requesting rewind due to latency change.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Requested to rewind 3528320 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Limited to 3526720 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: before: 440840
 D: alsa-sink.c: after: 440840
 D: alsa-sink.c: Rewound 3526720 bytes.
 D: sink.c: Processing rewind...
 D: sink-input.c: Have to rewind 3526720 bytes on render memblockq.
 D: source.c: Processing rewind...
 D: reserve-wrap.c: Device lock status of reserve-monitor-wrapper@Audio0
 changed: not busy
 D: sink-input.c: Requesting rewind due to uncorking
 D: alsa-sink.c: Requested to rewind 665016 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Limited to 96 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: before: 12
 D: alsa-sink.c: after: 12
 D: alsa-sink.c: Rewound 96 bytes.
 D: sink.c: Processing rewind...
 D: source.c: Processing rewind...
 D: module-suspend-on-idle.c: Sink alsa_output.pci-_00_1b.0.analog-
 surround-40 becomes busy.
 D: protocol-native.c: Requesting rewind due to end of underrun.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Requested to rewind 665016 bytes.
 D: alsa-sink.c: Mhmm, actually there is nothing to rewind.
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: memblock.c: Pool full
 D: sink-input.c: Requesting rewind due to corking
 [Thread 0xb309ab70 (LWP 31192) exited]
 [Thread 0xb38f4b70 (LWP 31187) exited]

 Program terminated with signal SIGKILL, Killed.
 The program no longer exists.

 Can't backtrace (no stack after SIGKILL).
 dmesg isn't saying anything.
 How to debug?

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp

2011-04-13 Thread PulseAudio
#933: HTTP HEAD requests are broken in module-http-protocol-tcp
--+-
 Reporter:  gromgull  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect|  Status:  new
Milestone:|   Component:  core   
 Keywords:|  
--+-
 Enable module-http-protocol-tcp and module-rygel-mediaserver (to have some
 stream available).

 Click make local sound devices available as DLNA/UPnP MediaServer in
 paprefs.

 No you can go to http://localhost:4714/listen and see the streams
 available. Copy the URL of one, and try:

 {{{
 curl -I http://localhost:4714/listen/source/alsa_input.pci-_00_06.1
 .analog-stereo
 }}}

 This results in HTTP 500 Server Error- no additional debug info is logged.

 Version 0.9.22

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #421: emulated AirPort Express as audio source

2011-04-11 Thread PulseAudio
#421: emulated AirPort Express as audio source
--+-
  Reporter:  albert   |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:   |Keywords:  
--+-
Changes (by mourad):

 * cc: bugs-pulseau...@aquazul.com (added)
  * status:  closed = reopened
  * resolution:  wontfix =


Comment:

 Now that the private key has been reverse-engineered and is in the open,
 maybe it's time to revisit this ticket.

 It would be a nice feature, considering AirPlay (RAOP) is still used a
 lot for quite a lot of devices (iTunes, iOS, appletv, etc).

 [http://mafipulation.org/blagoblig/2011/04/08#shairport shairport]

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #293: Request support for 24-bit audio samples

2011-04-09 Thread PulseAudio
#293: Request support for 24-bit audio samples
--+-
  Reporter:  jrush|   Owner:  lennart   
 
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  closed
 
 Milestone:   |   Component:  core  
 
Resolution:  invalid  |Keywords:  
bitperfect,24bit,audiophile,resample,resampling
--+-
Changes (by ronalde):

  * keywords:  = bitperfect,24bit,audiophile,resample,resampling


Comment:

 In #930 it is explained why pulseaudio defaults to resampling everything
 to a default format.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #930: Media players report 96khz, proc reports 44khz

2011-04-08 Thread PulseAudio
#930: Media players report 96khz, proc reports 44khz
--+-
  Reporter:  leafwiz  |   Owner:  lennart   
 
  Type:  defect   |  Status:  closed
 
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon
 
Resolution:  invalid  |Keywords:  
bitperfect,24bit,audiophile,resample,resampling
--+-
Changes (by ronalde):

  * keywords:  = bitperfect,24bit,audiophile,resample,resampling


Comment:

  I hope you find this explanation sufficient for your needs.

 Actually, having this explanation only in this bug and not in an obvious
 place like the wiki/FAQ draws a lot of (undeserved) negative attention and
 confusion with audio enthusiasts (and at the same time are not so
 interested in Linux knwowledge), like #293.

 I would advise to dedicate a special section in the documentation to this
 design choice and offer some advise on alternatives.

 For now maybe this link will help:
 [http://www.computeraudiophile.com/content/Bit-perfect-audio-
 Linux-882-and-1764-now-possible Computer Audiophile - Bit-perfect audio in
 Linux at 88.2 and 176.4 now possible]

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #167: Support AC3 Passthrough

2011-04-05 Thread PulseAudio
#167: Support AC3 Passthrough
--+-
  Reporter:  FireRabbit   |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  core   
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-
Changes (by hadess):

 * cc: had...@hadess.net (added)


Comment:

 Required for Totem:
 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=331875

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #931: Add global night mode

2011-04-05 Thread PulseAudio
#931: Add global night mode
-+--
 Reporter:  hadess   |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:   |  
-+--
 See https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=622994:

 When watching movies at night it is useful to have a mode that limits the
 dynamic range of the audio.  Otherwise in order to hear the dialog you
 have to turn the volume up so high that gunshots and other peaky/bassy
 sounds wake the neighbors.

 Some theater systems offer a night mode that works well for this case.

 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_range_compression

 Sebastian Dröge mentioned that support for this would be better integrated
 directly in PulseAudio.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #931: Add global night mode

2011-04-05 Thread PulseAudio
#931: Add global night mode
--+-
  Reporter:  hadess   |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-
Changes (by hadess):

 * cc: had...@hadess.net (added)


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #429: Pulseaudio state tables should be in $XDG_DATA_HOME instead of ~/.pulse

2011-04-05 Thread PulseAudio
#429: Pulseaudio state tables should be in $XDG_DATA_HOME instead of ~/.pulse
--+-
  Reporter:  pulire   |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-
Changes (by hadess):

 * cc: had...@hadess.net (added)


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #770: RAOP detects AirportExpress only after resetting network

2011-04-05 Thread PulseAudio
#770: RAOP detects AirportExpress only after resetting network
--+-
  Reporter:  takkat   |   Owner:  coling
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new   
 Milestone:   |   Component:  module-raop-* 
Resolution:   |Keywords:  module-raop-discover network reset
--+-
Changes (by hadess):

 * cc: had...@hadess.net (added)


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #929: PulseAudio - OpenSuse 11.4 - KDE 4.6

2011-04-04 Thread PulseAudio
#929: PulseAudio - OpenSuse 11.4 - KDE 4.6
-+--
  Reporter:  kschroer|   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  distrospecific  |Keywords: 
-+--
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = distrospecific


Comment:

 I'm afraid this is an OpenSuse packaging issue and thus the problem should
 be reported to them. We cannot have any control over what individual
 distros actually do other than advise them if they ask us. I'd be happy to
 discuss any issues with the packagers involved (I have done in the past),
 but I do not have any specific knowledge of OpenSuse personally.

 Please open your bug report in their tracker. If possible, provide a link
 to that bug report here, so that anyone finding this ticket in years to
 come can follow the trail :)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #930: Media players report 96khz, proc reports 44khz

2011-04-04 Thread PulseAudio
#930: Media players report 96khz, proc reports 44khz
--+-
  Reporter:  leafwiz  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect   |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  invalid  |Keywords: 
--+-
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = invalid


Comment:

 This is not a bug.

 PA will use a single sample rate for all audio played. If you wish this
 sample rate to be 96kHz you should adjust it in /etc/pulse/daemon.conf
 (default-sample-rate).

 Changing sample rates on the fly is not feasible as it would result in an
 audible pop or click or stutter if multiple streams are playing
 (e.g. consider I'm playing a 8kHz sound effect and I start playing some
 96kHz audio, I'd have to change the native sample rate to 96Hz and then
 upsample the remainder of the 8kHz sound effect to 96kHz, mix the result
 and then play.

 Changing mid stream would be clearly audible.

 So an alternative strategy is to use the first sample rate. But using
 the same example as above, it means our nice 96kHz stream is downsampled
 to 8kHz certainly not what is desired.

 So at present, we have a native sample rate and everything is up/down
 mixed to suit that. If you set it to 96kHz but most of your audio sources
 are 44.1kHz, then you'll obviously waste a lot of CPU upsampling, so there
 is always a tradeoff.

 There is also an added complication, that ALSA cannot tell us what sample
 rates a card supports. We have to try them all at startup to probe the
 device. This obviously takes time and we already do a lot of probing at
 startup as it is :s

 We're experimenting with a change on suspend approach where we can
 switch sample rates (if supported) when the sink is suspended, but it
 could easily still lead to your card playing back the 96kHz file at
 44.1kHz depending on the circumstances of when you started playing. This
 non-deterministic behaviour feels a little ugly but it does still let
 people get full support under most circumstances.

 So I'm going to close this because it's not a bug (and I'm being
 particularly brutal with closing bug reports just now as we'll shortly
 move ot a new tracker and I'm not convinced we'll be migrating the
 existing bugs - so in short, don't take this personally!!!), and is in
 fact the (current) intended behaviour and patches already exist that will
 somewhat alleviate the problem.

 I hope you find this explanation sufficient for your needs.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #929: PulseAudio - OpenSuse 11.4 - KDE 4.6

2011-04-03 Thread PulseAudio
#929: PulseAudio - OpenSuse 11.4 - KDE 4.6
--+-
 Reporter:  kschroer  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect|  Status:  new
Milestone:|   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:|  
--+-
 I followed the rules described here:[[BR]]
 [http://www.pulseaudio.org/wiki/PerfectSetup][[BR]]
 and here:[[BR]]
 [http://www.pulseaudio.org/wiki/KDE]

 I find the status shown in this screenshot:[[BR]]
 [http://www.pulseaudio.org/raw-attachment/wiki/KDE/phonon-pulse-working-
 half.png]

 But I don't find anywhere on my HD the autostart files mentioned
 here:[[BR]]
 This generally implies that Phonon has been compiled correctly with
 PulseAudio support but that the KDE-specific support module for PulseAudio
 has not been loaded. This module (called module-device-manager) can be
 started manually by running the script start-pulseaudio-kde which should
 be shipped with PulseAudio since 0.9.21. This file is launched on startup
 via an XDG compliant .desktop file (/etc/xdg/autostart/pulseaudio-
 kde.desktop). 

 '''Practical problem behind:'''[[BR]]
 I cannot select the correct microphone for Skype.[[BR]]
 Skype only shows PulseAudio server (local)[[BR]]
 But pavucontrol shows the correct microphone being selected.[[BR]]

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #930: Media players report 96khz, proc reports 44khz

2011-04-03 Thread PulseAudio
 (continuous)

 Capture:
   Status: Stop
   Interface 2
 Altset 1
 Format: S24_3LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 5 IN (ASYNC)
 Rates: 48001 - 96000 (continuous)
   Interface 2
 Altset 2
 Format: S24_3LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 5 IN (ASYNC)
 Rates: 8000 - 48000 (continuous)
   Interface 2
 Altset 3
 Format: S16_LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 5 IN (ASYNC)
 Rates: 8000 - 48000 (continuous)

 }}}

 {{{
 [2332][torstefan@ubuntu:~]$ totem test.wav


 Every 0.5s: cat stream0
 Sun Apr  3 23:32:33 2011

 M-Audio Transit USB at usb-:00:1d.7-1.2.3, full speed : USB Audio

 Playback:
   Status: Running
 Interface = 1
 Altset = 3
 URBs = 6 [ 4 4 4 4 4 4 ]
 Packet Size = 196
 Momentary freq = 44100 Hz (0x2c.199a)
   Interface 1
 Altset 1
 Format: S24_3LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 3 OUT (ADAPTIVE)
 Rates: 48001 - 96000 (continuous)
   Interface 1
 Altset 2
 Format: S24_3LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 3 OUT (NONE)
 Rates: 8000 - 48000 (continuous)
   Interface 1
 Altset 3
 Format: S16_LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 3 OUT (ASYNC)
 Rates: 8000 - 48000 (continuous)

 Capture:
   Status: Stop
   Interface 2
 Altset 1
 Format: S24_3LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 5 IN (ASYNC)
 Rates: 48001 - 96000 (continuous)
   Interface 2
 Altset 2
 Format: S24_3LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 5 IN (ASYNC)
 Rates: 8000 - 48000 (continuous)
   Interface 2
 Altset 3
 Format: S16_LE
 Channels: 2
 Endpoint: 5 IN (ASYNC)
 Rates: 8000 - 48000 (continuous)
 }}}



 System dmsg
 http://pastebin.com/SmWamhja

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use g_get_user_runtime_dir

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use g_get_user_runtime_dir
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  Reporter:  mccann   |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect   |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  wontfix  |Keywords: 
--+-
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = wontfix


Comment:

 Pulseaudio has no glib dependency in the core, so this is not an option.

 Besides, according to the docs, this will effective return the results of
 the env vars XDG_RUNTIME_DIR, and fall back to XDG_CACHE_HOME.

 On my system these are both blank:
 {{{
 [colin@jimmy ~]$ echo $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR

 [colin@jimmy ~]$ echo $XDG_CACHE_HOME

 }}}

 Add to that, that we need to deal with NFS issues (i.e. TMPDIR should not
 be inside $HOME for NFS mounts - it's the systems responsibility to do
 that).

 Add to that, when using shared dirs (i.e. /tmp) we need to make sure some
 other user cannot DoS us by stealing our folders etc. etc. So the logic
 that goes on top of things here is non-trivial and simply calling the the
 above function would still need lots of additional logic on top and would
 also be redundant on my system.

 I'd be happy enough to use more XDG friendly paths, but like I say, we
 cannot use any glib functions here.

 Patches welcome but until then, I'll close this report (tho' that is not
 to say it's a not a good idea!)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use g_get_user_runtime_dir

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use g_get_user_runtime_dir
-+--
  Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--
Changes (by mccann):

  * status:  closed = reopened
  * resolution:  wontfix =


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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR (was: use g_get_user_runtime_dir)

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
-+--
  Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
-+--
  Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by lennart):

 Colin, $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR is a recent addition to the XDG specs, and
 supported on systemd systemds. It's a good thing, and we want this.

 $XDG_CACHE_HOME should be considered $HOME/.cache if not set.

 Lennart

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
-+--
  Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Can I ask if 0.7 is actually released yet? It's not clear from
 http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications/basedir-spec whether or not
 it's actually released yet as it is only available under a latest
 version link... which kinda implies it's going to be in the next version.

 Please note that any patch for this will also have to include support for
 falling back and checking the existing runtime dir such that new libpulses
 can connect to an older daemon (we actually currently support this with
 our even older pre-DoS safe version already, but IMO this older check can
 be dropped when support for XDG_RUNTIME_DIR is added - i.e a 2 slot FIFO
 ;))

 Please also note that the [http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-
 spec/latest/ar01s03.html spec] quite clearly states the properties of the
 directory (which align very closely to our own needs - no surprise seeing
 as Lennart helped pen the spec!) regarding user permissions, local
 filesystem etc:
  If $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR is not set applications should fall back to a
 replacement directory with similar capabilities and print a warning
 message.

 This is quite different from the requirements of XDG_CACHE_HOME. The
 [http://library.gnome.org/devel/glib/unstable/glib-Miscellaneous-Utility-
 Functions.html#g-get-user-runtime-dir Glib docs] state:
  On UNIX platforms this is determined using the mechanisms described in
 the XDG Base Directory Specification. This is the directory specified in
 the XDG_RUNTIME_DIR environment variable. In the case that this variable
 is not set, GLib will issue a warning message to stderr and return the
 value of g_get_user_cache_dir().

 (g_get_user_cache_dir() returns XDG_CACHE_HOME) This is clearly invalid
 and thus the glib implementation is very buggy (assuming the docs are
 correct).

 Are you (mccann) involved upstream? If so can you report this problem to
 them and paste a link here? If not, I will do this.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
-+--
  Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 (PS, I'm being rather harsh in closing many bugs here just now (especially
 ones without patches) as we will be moving to freedesktop.org soon, so
 want to try and avoid too many things without active patches).

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
-+--
  Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by lennart):

 I don't think there's a release process for these specs really. The
 latest version counts.

 Note that I wrote this addition to the spec and got it through the xdg
 mailing list. I would read latest version as latest version, not as
 draft version.

 To be frank I'd actually avoid any fallback beyond ~/.cache, people should
 fix their distros to adopt the XDG specs, and if they don't ~/.cache is
 good enough.

 The ~/.cache fallback is a Glib thing, not defined by the spec, but I
 think that's a scheme we want to follow in PA, too.

 I don't think the glib implementation is buggy. In fact, Ryan and I came
 up with this scheme implemented by Ryan fo Glib. It's pretty much exactly
 what the spec says: if XDG_RUNTIME_DIR is not set, pick something else,
 with *similar* capabilities. Similar means, not necessarily identical.
 And GLIB chooses the cache dir, which is one possible fallback, which has
 similar capabilities (after all, $XDG_RUNTIMEDIR refers to a path in the
 fs, and ~/.cache does too.).

 You know, if we'd require same capabilities in the spec, then you'd soon
 notice that these don't exist. Which is precisely the reason why we
 introduced the scheme in the first place: there is no sane place to put
 these things. I mean, you know the madness I implemented in PA to work
 around the fact that XDG_RUNTIME_DIR didn't exist.

 So, yeah, I am involved upstream, I wrote the spec, and I worked with Ryan
 on the GLib implementation. ;-)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
-+--
  Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 So assuming we adopt this for 1.0 in a month or so, you're happy that
 anyone running PA 1.0 with NFS home on a non-systemd system will basically
 have a broken system (unless ~/.cache is symlinked to a local filesystem -
 on fairly recent systems I've checked, ~/.cache is just a normal dir even
 on NFS)?

 I'm not really happy with that seeing as I'm the one that would have to
 deal with all the flack...

 I'd be happy enough using XDG_RUNTIME_DIR if it's set, but falling back to
 ~/.cache is something I'd very much like to avoid, at least until distros
 fix ~/.cache on NFS to be a symlink or tmpfs or similar and/or adopt
 systemd and/or adopt some other XDG_RUNTIME_DIR setter...

 FWIW, I'm more than happy with the principles, especially as it would
 solve #622 :)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR

2011-04-01 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
-+--
  Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon  
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Erm I meant #662 d'oh!

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #662: Failed to create secure directory when .pulse is a symlink

2011-03-31 Thread PulseAudio
#662: Failed to create secure directory when .pulse is a symlink
-+--
  Reporter:  elitak  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  pavucontrol
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by alexchamberlain):

 Hi,

 Apologies if I shouldn't be replying to this ticket, but I would like to
 provide a reason for a symlink on .pulse. I use an NTFS file system for
 /home, which means I cannot specify permissions, and hence Pulse Audio
 fails.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #928: use g_get_user_runtime_dir

2011-03-31 Thread PulseAudio
#928: use g_get_user_runtime_dir
+---
 Reporter:  mccann  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:  |  
+---
 Would be good to use the XDG runtime directory provided by
 g_get_user_runtime_dir() instead of /tmp for sockets etc.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-03-30 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
-+--
  Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-x11-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by mgrela):

 Sorry about the garbled output, I forgot to add code markers:

 {{{
   CC libpulsecommon_0.9.22_la-x11prop.lo
 pulsecore/x11prop.c: In function 'pa_x11_set_prop':
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:60:9: warning: implicit declaration of function
 'xcb_atom_get' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:61:70: error: 'STRING' undeclared (first use in this
 function)
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:61:70: note: each undeclared identifier is reported
 only once for each function it appears in
 pulsecore/x11prop.c: In function 'pa_x11_get_prop':
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:104:53: error: 'STRING' undeclared (first use in this
 function)
 make[3]: *** [libpulsecommon_0.9.22_la-x11prop.lo] Error 1
 }}}

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-03-30 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
-+--
  Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 For really large output please attach rather than paste inline (tho'
 thanks for getting the right WikiFormatting :)) as it makes the body of
 the bug easier to read.

 OK, so here is the important bit (/me ignores own advice above):

 {{{
 3 card(s) available.
 index: 0
 name: alsa_card.usb-M-Audio_Sonica_Theater-00-Theater
 driver: module-alsa-card.c
 owner module: 4
 properties:
 alsa.card = 2
 alsa.card_name = Sonica Theater
 alsa.long_card_name = M-Audio Sonica Theater at
 usb-:00:1d.1-1, full speed
 alsa.driver_name = snd_usb_audio
 device.bus_path = pci-:00:1d.1-usb-0:1:1.0
 sysfs.path =
 /devices/pci:00/:00:1d.1/usb3/3-1/3-1:1.0/sound/card2
 udev.id = usb-M-Audio_Sonica_Theater-00-Theater
 device.bus = usb
 device.vendor.id = 0763
 device.vendor.name = Midiman
 device.product.id = 2007
 device.product.name = M-Audio Sonica Theater
 device.serial = M-Audio_Sonica_Theater
 device.string = 2
 device.description = M-Audio Sonica Theater
 module-udev-detect.discovered = 1
 device.icon_name = audio-card-usb
 profiles:
 output:analog-stereo: Analog Stereo Output (priority 6000)
 output:analog-stereo+input:analog-stereo: Analog Stereo
 Duplex (priority 6060)
 output:analog-stereo+input:iec958-stereo: Analog Stereo
 Output + Digital Stereo (IEC958) Input (priority 6055)
 output:analog-surround-40: Analog Surround 4.0 Output
 (priority 700)
 output:analog-surround-40+input:analog-stereo: Analog
 Surround 4.0 Output + Analog Stereo Input (priority 760)
 output:analog-surround-40+input:iec958-stereo: Analog
 Surround 4.0 Output + Digital Stereo (IEC958) Input (priority 755)
 output:analog-surround-41: Analog Surround 4.1 Output
 (priority 800)
 output:analog-surround-41+input:analog-stereo: Analog
 Surround 4.1 Output + Analog Stereo Input (priority 860)
 output:analog-surround-41+input:iec958-stereo: Analog
 Surround 4.1 Output + Digital Stereo (IEC958) Input (priority 855)
 off: Aus (priority 0)
 active profile: output:analog-stereo+input:analog-stereo
 index: 1
 name: alsa_card.pci-_00_1f.5
 driver: module-alsa-card.c
 owner module: 5
 properties:
 alsa.card = 0
 alsa.card_name = Intel 82801DB-ICH4
 alsa.long_card_name = Intel 82801DB-ICH4 with AD1981B at
 irq 11
 alsa.driver_name = snd_intel8x0
 device.bus_path = pci-:00:1f.5
 sysfs.path =
 /devices/pci:00/:00:1f.5/sound/card0
 device.bus = pci
 device.vendor.id = 8086
 device.vendor.name = Intel Corporation
 device.product.id = 24c5
 device.product.name = 82801DB/DBL/DBM
 (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M) AC'97 Audio Controller
 device.form_factor = internal
 device.string = 0
 device.description = Internes Audio
 module-udev-detect.discovered = 1
 device.icon_name = audio-card-pci
 profiles:
 output:analog-stereo: Analog Stereo Output (priority 6000)
 output:analog-stereo+input:analog-stereo: Analog Stereo
 Duplex (priority 6060)
 input:analog-stereo: Analog Stereo Input (priority 60)
 off: Aus (priority 0)
 active profile: output:analog-stereo+input:analog-stereo
 sinks:
 alsa_output.pci-_00_1f.5.analog-stereo/#0: Internes
 Audio Analog Stereo
 sources:
 alsa_output.pci-_00_1f.5.analog-stereo.monitor/#0:
 Monitor of Internes Audio Analog Stereo
 alsa_input.pci-_00_1f.5.analog-stereo/#1: Internes
 Audio Analog Stereo
 index: 2
 name: alsa_card.pci-_00_1f.6
 driver: module-alsa-card.c
 owner module: 6
 properties:
 alsa.card = 1
 alsa.card_name = Intel 82801DB-ICH4 Modem
 alsa.long_card_name = Intel 82801DB-ICH4 Modem at irq 11
 alsa.driver_name = snd_intel8x0m
 device.bus_path

Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #921: Noise instead of sound in Mandriva

2011-03-30 Thread PulseAudio
#921: Noise instead of sound in Mandriva
-+--
  Reporter:  gaal_dev|   Owner:  lennart
   
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
   
Resolution:  distrospecific  |Keywords:  alsa-firmware, EMU 0404, Creative 
Labs
-+--

Comment(by gaal_dev):

  Can you check with Mageia Alpha 2?

 Yes, I can.

 I didn't know a name of a package. I found it :)

 /lib/firmware/emu/emu0404.fw

 Remark. It has a wrong description:

 emu1010-firmware - Firwmare for EMU Systems EMU1010 PCI card
 This is the firmware data for EMU Systems EMU1010 PCI card.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #662: Failed to create secure directory when .pulse is a symlink

2011-03-30 Thread PulseAudio
#662: Failed to create secure directory when .pulse is a symlink
-+--
  Reporter:  elitak  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  reopened   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  pavucontrol
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--
Changes (by prakisk):

  * status:  closed = reopened
  * resolution:  invalid =


Comment:

 Replying to [comment:3 lennart]:
  Replying to [comment:2 elitak]:
   Whether it's the correct behavior or not, this is a big concern for
 usability.
 
  Usability? What does ~/.pulse have to do with usability?
 
   If launched from a gnome desktop shortcut, the app gives no indication
 that there's a problem and doesn't even terminate. There should at least
 be a dialog box that the user must dismiss. Flag this ticket as an
 enchancement or retitle it, perhaps?
 
  Uh. PA is a session service, it should be run from the XDG autostart
 dir, not via some desktop shortcut. It should generally be invisible to
 the user. Also, what does that have to do with ~/.pulse not being allowed
 to be a symlink?
 
   Also, I don't understand how disallowing intermediate links to the
 .pulse directory makes anything more secure, but then I certainly don't
 have anything close to the whole picture. I'll just have to take your word
 on it, unless you'd care to explain?
 
  If you have a chain of symlinks and only verify the access mode of the
 final destination but some evildoer has write access to the dir one of the
 intermediate symlinks is located in he might redirect replace that symlink
 to some spot that is not safe. If we'd go and verify each step of the
 symlink chain we could detect that, however that would be very ugly and --
 what's worse -- racy, since we cannot atomically check the whole chain.
 So, to fix this we simply make sure .pulse is not a symlink in the first
 place.
 
  Also, I cannot see at all why you'd want to make .pulse a symlink in the
 first place.

 Just because you don't see a reason doesn't mean there's no valid reason.
 and just because you don't agree with it, doesn't mean it's invalid.

 Your efforts to secure things are noble, but i think this is misplaced.

 Not allowing symlinks is a bug. Please fix.

 thanks.
 prakisk

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #921: Noise instead of sound in Mandriva

2011-03-29 Thread PulseAudio
#921: Noise instead of sound in Mandriva
---+
  Reporter:  gaal_dev  |   Owner:  lennart   
  Type:  defect|  Status:  new   
 Milestone:|   Component:  daemon
Resolution:|Keywords:  alsa-firmware, EMU 0404, Creative Labs
---+

Comment(by gaal_dev):

 I checked Mandriva 2011.0 Beta 1. I took a spec file for alsa-firmware
 from Fedora. It works well.

 Why Mandriva doesn't have this package? Some sound cards don't work
 without it :(

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #771: RAOP streams are delayed

2011-03-29 Thread PulseAudio
#771: RAOP streams are delayed
-+--
  Reporter:  takkat  |   Owner:  coling   
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-raop-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  streaming airport express
-+--
Changes (by Chris56):

 * cc: c.hems...@gmx.net (added)
  * type:  enhancement = defect


Comment:

 Will there ever be any work done on this problem?

 I would rather call it a defect than an enhancement. With the 5 secs of
 delay that I observe seeking within some music is almost impossible...at
 least a nuisance.

 I must say I have no idea of the internals of Airport Express music
 handling. However, I discovered, that as soon as I enable the iTunes
 option, a permanent! stream of 200 KBytes/sec is being transmitted to the
 Airport Express. Given both wlan connections (computer-router, router-
 Airport) this chews up 400KBytes of (limited) wlan bandwith for silence.
 Is this the way it should be??

 Chris

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #921: Noise instead of sound in Mandriva

2011-03-29 Thread PulseAudio
#921: Noise instead of sound in Mandriva
-+--
  Reporter:  gaal_dev|   Owner:  lennart
   
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
   
Resolution:  distrospecific  |Keywords:  alsa-firmware, EMU 0404, Creative 
Labs
-+--
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = distrospecific


Comment:

 Can you check with Mageia Alpha 2? It's based on Mandriva, but the alsa-
 firmware stuff was recently reworked. If that works OK, then you should
 open a bug in Mandriva and ask for the changes in Mageia to be pulled back
 into Mdv.

 Mandriva does obviously package the alsa firmwares (they are included in
 the same package as alsa-tools IIRC), but they split out the actual
 individual firmwares into separate packages. I think that the Mageia
 rework basically ditched the individual packages and just has one big
 alsa-firmware one - the files are sufficiently small as to be not worth
 the effort (and confusion) of splitting them up.

 http://svnweb.mageia.org/packages/cauldron/alsa-firmware/current/SPECS
 /alsa-firmware.spec?view=log

 Anyway, this is not a PA bug so will close here.

 Thanks for reporting back for future reference :) All the best.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #771: RAOP streams are delayed

2011-03-29 Thread PulseAudio
#771: RAOP streams are delayed
-+--
  Reporter:  takkat  |   Owner:  coling   
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-raop-*
Resolution:  |Keywords:  streaming airport express
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 What it's labelled as really has no bearing whatsoever so feel free to
 call it what you want :)

 It is fully intensional that the silence is transmitted as without it, the
 APEX gets into a strange state and we can no longer reconnect to it
 without restarting PA. Even unloading and reloading the module isn't
 enough. It's all rather strange. So sending silence keeps the connection
 open and thus allows us to use it.

 Also the timing methodology is totally basic. It uses the buffer of the
 APEX itself to implement flow control where as we should really be feeding
 it data in real time. This is all complex stuff.

 There is also a much more accurate timing model available in the Airtunes
 v2 protocol, but it's not fully understood or reverse engineered yet. Some
 work has been done to get it working but the results still cause choppy
 sound at present.

 It's all work in progress, but as a lot of it is guess work it's a very
 slow process. If you'd like to help out with reverse engineering the
 protocol and such like, please let me know and I'll put you in touch with
 the right people.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-03-29 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
-+--
  Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by martin):

 Now it doesn't work after replugging at all, I get same usb_set_interface
 errors in syslog. Will reboot now.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-03-29 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
-+--
  Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by martin):

 Now I rebooted and now it works. Could this be a hardware or kernel
 problem? But then, I never had this issue with this USB soundcard before I
 installed pulseaudio and I didn't have it on the ThinkPad T23 after I
 purged Pulseaudio. Also I am running a 2.6.38 kernel for quite a while
 already and didn't have this issue before installing Pulseaudio. I only
 ever had it when Pulseaudio was involved. Awaiting hints on what to try
 next.

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util

2011-03-29 Thread PulseAudio
#927: [PATCH] Fixing pulseaudio to build together with git xcb-util
+---
 Reporter:  mgrela  |   Owner:  lennart 
 Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
Milestone:  |   Component:  module-x11-*
 Keywords:  |  
+---
 Hi,

 I recently tried to build pulseaudio with most recent xcb-util from git on
 my Gentoo box. It failed with the following error:

   CC libpulsecommon_0.9.22_la-x11prop.lo
 pulsecore/x11prop.c: In function 'pa_x11_set_prop':
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:60:9: warning: implicit declaration of function
 'xcb_atom_get' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:61:70: error: 'STRING' undeclared (first use in this
 function)
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:61:70: note: each undeclared identifier is reported
 only once for each function it appears in
 pulsecore/x11prop.c: In function 'pa_x11_get_prop':
 pulsecore/x11prop.c:104:53: error: 'STRING' undeclared (first use in this
 function)
 make[3]: *** [libpulsecommon_0.9.22_la-x11prop.lo] Error 1

 I've made a patch to change the call to the missing xcb_atom_get to
 something that xcb can manage. I also updated the STRING constants as they
 were obsoleted some time ago. I'm attaching the patch in the hope you will
 find it useful and include it in the main code.

 Best regards,
 Maciej Grela

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-03-28 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
-+--
  Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by martin):

 The USB soundcard did work with PulseAudio sometimes. It was not working
 right after I installed PulseAudio and did logout and login from KDE - I
 rebooted then and than it worked. And it was not working after the
 hibernation cycle. But when I then rebooted it didn't work either. So I do
 not yet have a clear pattern on when it does work and it does not work.

 I removed PulseAudio in order to hear music now, but when I have some time
 I will reinstall, try to reproduce the bug and send you that pacmd list
 output.

 Thanks.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #878: module-jack-sink/module-jack-source segfault if no jack ports at all

2011-03-28 Thread PulseAudio
#878: module-jack-sink/module-jack-source segfault if no jack ports at all
-+--
  Reporter:  petern  |   Owner:  lennart  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-jack-*
Resolution:  fixed   |Keywords:   
-+--
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = fixed


Comment:

 Fixed by 6041fc7042dee8e8988fd67fa0b790b9ab4db651.

 Sorry for not spotting this patch.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #804: Front Left slider doesn't snap to grab points

2011-03-28 Thread PulseAudio
#804: Front Left slider doesn't snap to grab points
-+--
  Reporter:  onox|   Owner:  mkbosmans  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  pavucontrol
Resolution:  fixed   |Keywords: 
-+--
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  assigned = closed
  * resolution:  = fixed


Comment:

 Fixed in 26d42651c5c74b8a714682d678c2a40e6531a0c8

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #706: [PATCH] Automatically switch to new devices

2011-03-28 Thread PulseAudio
#706: [PATCH] Automatically switch to new devices
--+-
  Reporter:  mterry   |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-
Changes (by kiddo):

 * cc: nekoh...@gmail.com (added)


Comment:

 Anything holding that patch back (except the time to merge it)?

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-03-27 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
+---
 Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:  |  
+---
 I have a ThinkPad T23 with a M-Audio Sonica Theater sound card that
 doesn't work reliably with KDE 4.4.3 and Phonon Xine, while without
 PulseAudio it works. It happens at times, I did not make out a pattern,
 also after a hibernation cycle that the USB soundcard is greyed out in KDE
 multimedia system settings (for Phonon) and sound is switched to internal
 audio.

 And I have this in the syslog:

 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:1:3: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:1:3: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:1:3: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:1:3: usb_set_interface failed

 (lots more, strangely no feedback from pulseaudio daemon itself)

 But when I apt-get purge pulseaudio, replug the sound card I just get:

 {{{
 Mar 27 12:30:32 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: USB disconnect, address 2
 Mar 27 12:30:38 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: new full speed USB device using
 uhci_hcd and address 3
 Mar 27 12:30:39 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: New USB device found,
 idVendor=0763, idProduct=2007
 Mar 27 12:30:39 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: New USB device strings: Mfr=1,
 Product=2, SerialNumber=0
 Mar 27 12:30:39 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: Product: Sonica Theater
 Mar 27 12:30:39 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: Manufacturer: M-Audio
 }}}

 and everything works as expected. No errors regarding usb_set_interface
 failed at all.

 {{{
 martin@deepdance:~ lsusb
 Bus 006 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 Bus 005 Device 002: ID 046d:c001 Logitech, Inc. N48/M-BB48 [FirstMouse
 Plus]
 Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
 Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0763:2007 Midiman M-Audio Sonica Theater
 Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 }}}

 martin@deepdance:~ cat /proc/version
 Linux version 2.6.38.1-tp23 (martin@deepdance) (gcc version 4.4.5 (Debian
 4.4.5-8) ) #2 PREEMPT Fri Mar 25 18:39:36 CET 2011

 Package versions:

 {{{
 martin@deepdance:~ cat /proc/version
 Linux version 2.6.38.1-tp23 (martin@deepdance) (gcc version 4.4.5 (Debian
 4.4.5-8) ) #2 PREEMPT Fri Mar 25 18:39:36 CET 2011
 martin@deepdance:~ apt-show-versions | egrep
 (pulseaudio|xine|phonon|alsa)
 alsa-base/squeeze uptodate 1.0.23+dfsg-2
 alsa-oss/squeeze uptodate 1.0.17-4
 alsa-utils/squeeze uptodate 1.0.23-3
 gstreamer0.10-alsa/squeeze uptodate 0.10.30-1
 gstreamer0.10-pulseaudio/squeeze uptodate 0.10.24-1
 kde-config-phonon-xine/squeeze uptodate 4:4.4.5-1
 libphonon4/sid uptodate 4:4.6.0really4.4.4-3
 libsmokephonon3/squeeze uptodate 4:4.4.5-3
 libsox-fmt-alsa/squeeze uptodate 14.3.1-1
 libxine1/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-bin/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-console/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-ffmpeg/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-misc-plugins/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-plugins/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-x/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxinerama1/squeeze uptodate 2:1.1-3
 phonon/sid uptodate 4:4.6.0really4.4.4-3
 phonon-backend-gstreamer/sid uptodate 4:4.6.0really4.4.4-3
 phonon-backend-vlc/sid uptodate 0.3.2-3
 phonon-backend-vlc-dbg/sid uptodate 0.3.2-3
 phonon-backend-xine/sid uptodate 4:4.6.0really4.4.4-3
 pulseaudio-utils/sid uptodate 0.9.21-4
 xine-ui/squeeze uptodate 0.99.6-1
 }}}

 (pulseaudio was completely installed at version 0.9.21-4, above output is
 with purged pulseaudio, cause I just wanted to listen to music instead of
 fiddling around with things.)

 BTW replugging the sound card does not help when Pulseaudio is installed.
 But without pulseaudio playback is fine.

 I also have rtkit 10 installed which did seem to do what it should by
 giving out nice -11 for pulseaudio and RT 5 for its audio playback
 threads.

 I have a ThinkPad T42 where the M-Audio Sonica Theater worked to far. Also
 with Pulseaudio. I really want to use that soundcard, cause quality is so
 much better. I also tried with gstreamer backend, but also

Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise

2011-03-27 Thread PulseAudio
#926: usb soundcard does not work reliably in pulseaudio, but works otherwise
-+--
  Reporter:  martin  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Old description:

 I have a ThinkPad T23 with a M-Audio Sonica Theater sound card that
 doesn't work reliably with KDE 4.4.3 and Phonon Xine, while without
 PulseAudio it works. It happens at times, I did not make out a pattern,
 also after a hibernation cycle that the USB soundcard is greyed out in
 KDE multimedia system settings (for Phonon) and sound is switched to
 internal audio.

 And I have this in the syslog:

 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:2:4: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:1:3: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:1:3: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:1:3: usb_set_interface failed
 Mar 27 12:27:44 localhost kernel: 2:1:3: usb_set_interface failed

 (lots more, strangely no feedback from pulseaudio daemon itself)

 But when I apt-get purge pulseaudio, replug the sound card I just get:

 {{{
 Mar 27 12:30:32 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: USB disconnect, address 2
 Mar 27 12:30:38 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: new full speed USB device
 using uhci_hcd and address 3
 Mar 27 12:30:39 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: New USB device found,
 idVendor=0763, idProduct=2007
 Mar 27 12:30:39 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: New USB device strings: Mfr=1,
 Product=2, SerialNumber=0
 Mar 27 12:30:39 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: Product: Sonica Theater
 Mar 27 12:30:39 localhost kernel: usb 1-1: Manufacturer: M-Audio
 }}}

 and everything works as expected. No errors regarding usb_set_interface
 failed at all.

 {{{
 martin@deepdance:~ lsusb
 Bus 006 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 Bus 005 Device 002: ID 046d:c001 Logitech, Inc. N48/M-BB48 [FirstMouse
 Plus]
 Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
 Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0763:2007 Midiman M-Audio Sonica Theater
 Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
 }}}

 martin@deepdance:~ cat /proc/version
 Linux version 2.6.38.1-tp23 (martin@deepdance) (gcc version 4.4.5 (Debian
 4.4.5-8) ) #2 PREEMPT Fri Mar 25 18:39:36 CET 2011

 Package versions:

 {{{
 martin@deepdance:~ cat /proc/version
 Linux version 2.6.38.1-tp23 (martin@deepdance) (gcc version 4.4.5 (Debian
 4.4.5-8) ) #2 PREEMPT Fri Mar 25 18:39:36 CET 2011
 martin@deepdance:~ apt-show-versions | egrep
 (pulseaudio|xine|phonon|alsa)
 alsa-base/squeeze uptodate 1.0.23+dfsg-2
 alsa-oss/squeeze uptodate 1.0.17-4
 alsa-utils/squeeze uptodate 1.0.23-3
 gstreamer0.10-alsa/squeeze uptodate 0.10.30-1
 gstreamer0.10-pulseaudio/squeeze uptodate 0.10.24-1
 kde-config-phonon-xine/squeeze uptodate 4:4.4.5-1
 libphonon4/sid uptodate 4:4.6.0really4.4.4-3
 libsmokephonon3/squeeze uptodate 4:4.4.5-3
 libsox-fmt-alsa/squeeze uptodate 14.3.1-1
 libxine1/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-bin/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-console/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-ffmpeg/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-misc-plugins/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-plugins/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxine1-x/squeeze uptodate 1.1.19-2
 libxinerama1/squeeze uptodate 2:1.1-3
 phonon/sid uptodate 4:4.6.0really4.4.4-3
 phonon-backend-gstreamer/sid uptodate 4:4.6.0really4.4.4-3
 phonon-backend-vlc/sid uptodate 0.3.2-3
 phonon-backend-vlc-dbg/sid uptodate 0.3.2-3
 phonon-backend-xine/sid uptodate 4:4.6.0really4.4.4-3
 pulseaudio-utils/sid uptodate 0.9.21-4
 xine-ui/squeeze uptodate 0.99.6-1
 }}}

 (pulseaudio was completely installed at version 0.9.21-4, above output is
 with purged pulseaudio, cause I just wanted to listen to music instead of
 fiddling around with things.)

 BTW replugging the sound card does not help when Pulseaudio is installed.
 But without pulseaudio playback is fine.

 I also have rtkit 10 installed which did seem to do what it should by
 giving out nice -11 for pulseaudio and RT 5 for its audio playback
 threads.

 I have a ThinkPad T42 where the M-Audio Sonica Theater worked to far.
 Also with Pulseaudio. I really want to use that soundcard, cause quality
 is so much better. I also

[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #925: Sound Quality is not good when Blackberry 9780 is connected over A2DP with PulseAudio.

2011-03-25 Thread PulseAudio
#925: Sound Quality is not good when Blackberry 9780 is connected over A2DP with
PulseAudio.
+---
 Reporter:  ankit.garg  |   Owner:  lennart  
 Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
Milestone:  |   Component:  module-alsa-*
 Keywords:  |  
+---
 I have BlackBerry 9780 and I am connecting it with my ARM based board
 which is having pulseaudio version 0.9.21 and alsa 0.9.21. After having
 successful A2DP  connection between Black Berry and my board sound starts
 coming from the audio jack of board but quality of sound is not very good.
 It has lot of disturbances in it. When I saw logs in /var/log/messages
 than it shows following logs:-

 Oct  1 19:08:35 localhost pulseaudio[657]: alsa-sink.c: ALSA woke us up to
 write new data to the device, but there was actually nothing to write!
 Oct  1 19:08:35 localhost pulseaudio[657]: alsa-sink.c: Most likely this
 is a bug in the ALSA driver '(null)'. Please report this issue to the ALSA
 developers.
 Oct  1 19:08:35 localhost pulseaudio[657]: alsa-sink.c: We were woken up
 with POLLOUT set -- however a subsequent snd_pcm_avail() returned 0 or
 another value  min_ava.

 All worked fine when I am using my Ubuntu desktop to send audio stream to
 board. This is happening specifically with BlackBerry phone. Please help
 me to fine tune it. My configuration files of pulseaudio are attached.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #169: rtp: extremely high CPU load and delays

2011-03-25 Thread PulseAudio
#169: rtp: extremely high CPU load and delays
-+--
  Reporter:  Rudd-O  |   Owner:  mkbosmans
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  daemon   
Resolution:  lackofresponse  |Keywords:   
-+--
Changes (by mkbosmans):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = lackofresponse


Comment:

 Closing now, because it is probably fixed now.

 If the problem persists in a recent version of pulse, please reopen.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #447: win32 pulseaudio wrongly require sound input driver

2011-03-25 Thread PulseAudio
#447: win32 pulseaudio wrongly require sound input driver
-+--
  Reporter:  mp  |   Owner:  mkbosmans 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  module-waveout
Resolution:  worksforme  |Keywords:
-+--
Changes (by mkbosmans):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = worksforme


Comment:

 Use record=0 module argument to disable opening of !WaveIn.

 At any rate, please use updated binaries linked at WindowsSupport

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #446: win32 pulseaudio crash on assertion failed after a while

2011-03-25 Thread PulseAudio
#446: win32 pulseaudio crash on assertion failed after a while
-+--
  Reporter:  mp  |   Owner:  mkbosmans 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new   
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  module-waveout
Resolution:  |Keywords:
-+--

Comment(by mkbosmans):

 Is this still a problem with current git master? I haven't seen anything
 like this in my testing.

 Up to dat ebinaries available at WindowsSupport.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #263: Win32: Stream errror: No such entity

2011-03-25 Thread PulseAudio
#263: Win32: Stream errror: No such entity
-+--
  Reporter:  zhum|   Owner:  mkbosmans
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  assigned 
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  core 
Resolution:  |Keywords:  win32
-+--
Changes (by mkbosmans):

  * keywords:  = win32
  * status:  new = assigned


Comment:

 Can you test if the problem is still there in current git master?
 Binaries are available at WindowsSupport.

 If it is still a problem, please provide the output of pulseaudio -vvv on
 Windows when the paplay error occurs.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #478: Fixes for build and run time problems under Mac OS X

2011-03-23 Thread PulseAudio
#478: Fixes for build and run time problems under Mac OS X
-+--
  Reporter:  Tron|   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  core   
Resolution:  fixed   |Keywords: 
-+--
Changes (by zonque):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = fixed


Comment:

 I closed this patch now. I'm actively developing PA on OS X now and these
 problems don't seem to exist anymore. If anyone still sees issues, feel
 free to re-open.

 Daniel

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #923: client app: playback on first buffer, then underrun and no audio

2011-03-23 Thread PulseAudio
#923: client app: playback on first buffer, then underrun and no audio
-+--
  Reporter:  kirkawolff  |   Owner:  lennart 
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new 
 Milestone:  |   Component:  libpulse
Resolution:  |Keywords:  
-+--

Comment(by kirkawolff):

 Update: the problem code is rev 33, there have been changes since that
 have been untested.

 http://morse-coach.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/morse-coach/trunk/morse-
 coach/src/morse_sound.c?revision=33view=markup

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[pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #924: sound is lagging while starting/stopping VirtualMachine

2011-03-23 Thread PulseAudio
#924: sound is lagging while starting/stopping VirtualMachine
-+--
 Reporter:  tynx |   Owner:  lennart
 Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
 Keywords:  sound virtualbox vm virtual machine  |  
-+--
 Every time I start or stop a VM in VirtualBox it makes a weird sound (like
 playing the buffer probably again(but i'm guessing)). Not really a
 problem, but maybe it's a easy to fix bug...

 I'm currently on Linux Mint 10 with everything default...

 Here a copy of the syslog:

 Mar 21 21:42:30 desktop-of-tim pulseaudio[2223]: ratelimit.c: 356 events
 suppressed
 Mar 21 21:43:59 desktop-of-tim pulseaudio[2223]: ratelimit.c: 388 events
 suppressed
 Mar 21 21:57:35 desktop-of-tim pulseaudio[2223]: alsa-sink.c: ALSA woke us
 up to write new data to the device, but there was actually nothing to
 write!
 Mar 21 21:57:35 desktop-of-tim pulseaudio[2223]: alsa-sink.c: Most likely
 this is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue
 to the ALSA developers.
 Mar 21 21:57:35 desktop-of-tim pulseaudio[2223]: alsa-sink.c: We were
 woken up with POLLOUT set -- however a subsequent snd_pcm_avail() returned
 0 or another value  min_avail.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #750: The tunnel module is broken in master git branch

2011-03-20 Thread PulseAudio
#750: The tunnel module is broken in master git branch
-+--
  Reporter:  Esmil   |   Owner:  lennart  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  new  
 Milestone:  |   Component:  module-tunnel
Resolution:  |Keywords:   
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Looking at src/pulse/stream.c @ 1204, this patch could actually still be
 needed

 Mind you by the looks of things it should be surrounded by a
 {{{
 #ifdef TUNNEL_SINK
 }}}

 as the property is only in the tagstruct for playback streams.


 I guess no one has used git master as a server with an older PA as a
 client in the last year, except for poor Esmil here who was sadly ignored
 in the bug tracker :s Sorry about that :(

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #750: The tunnel module is broken in master git branch

2011-03-20 Thread PulseAudio
#750: The tunnel module is broken in master git branch
-+--
  Reporter:  Esmil   |   Owner:  lennart  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  closed   
 Milestone:  1.0 |   Component:  module-tunnel
Resolution:  fixed   |Keywords:   
-+--
Changes (by coling):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = fixed
  * milestone:  = 1.0


Comment:

 Actually only git master server and git master client would trigger this.
 I test relatively regularly to older servers (as my media system has an
 older version), but not master-master.

 I've pushed
 
http://git.0pointer.de/?p=pulseaudio.git;a=commitdiff;h=36e7f8a92e8b340dd4034a39a655ba93bcd41886

 which I've not been able to test, but I am pretty sure it'll fix the
 issue.

 Big apologies for not noticing this bug until now :s

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #888: loopback option not discoverable

2011-03-20 Thread PulseAudio
#888: loopback option not discoverable
--+-
  Reporter:  sturm|   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  pavucontrol
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-

Comment(by coling):

 Yup, completely agree on that one.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #804: Front Left slider doesn't snap to grab points

2011-03-20 Thread PulseAudio
#804: Front Left slider doesn't snap to grab points
-+--
  Reporter:  onox|   Owner:  mkbosmans  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  assigned   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  pavucontrol
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Yeah I'm pretty sure my recent pavucontrol changes fixed this. The base
 volume ticks and the 0 and 100 are all done in the same way so not sure
 why this would be a problem for base only. Is it really still a problem or
 am I missing something?

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #804: Front Left slider doesn't snap to grab points

2011-03-20 Thread PulseAudio
#804: Front Left slider doesn't snap to grab points
-+--
  Reporter:  onox|   Owner:  mkbosmans  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  assigned   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  pavucontrol
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by mkbosmans):

 Well, in my current git master of pavucontrol, the base mark is only
 present on the right channel, left has only 0 and 100. I'll check into
 this and possibly submit a patch later this evening.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #804: Front Left slider doesn't snap to grab points

2011-03-20 Thread PulseAudio
#804: Front Left slider doesn't snap to grab points
-+--
  Reporter:  onox|   Owner:  mkbosmans  
  Type:  defect  |  Status:  assigned   
 Milestone:  |   Component:  pavucontrol
Resolution:  |Keywords: 
-+--

Comment(by coling):

 Ahh yeah I see the problem now. Should be pretty easy to fix. Let me know
 if you don't look into it :)

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #429: Pulseaudio state tables should be in $XDG_DATA_HOME instead of ~/.pulse

2011-03-19 Thread PulseAudio
#429: Pulseaudio state tables should be in $XDG_DATA_HOME instead of ~/.pulse
--+-
  Reporter:  pulire   |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  enhancement  |  Status:  new
 Milestone:   |   Component:  daemon 
Resolution:   |Keywords: 
--+-
Changes (by mkbosmans):

 * cc: mkbosm...@gmail.com (added)


Comment:

 While I do think that the XDG spec should be respected, I think that
 XDG_CONFIG_HOME is more appropriate. The state tables are the result of
 some configuration action from the user (e.g. moving streams to another
 sink) so they should be considered configuration, as it is not terribly
 bad when that files dissapear, just a bit annoying. The XDG_DATA_HOME dir
 is meant for user files which must be backupped securely, as the user will
 be pissed when those files are missing.

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Re: [pulseaudio-tickets] [PulseAudio] #359: null output

2011-03-19 Thread PulseAudio
#359: null output
---+
  Reporter:  pl4nkton  |   Owner:  lennart
  Type:  defect|  Status:  closed 
 Milestone:|   Component:  paman  
Resolution:  wontfix   |Keywords: 
---+
Changes (by mkbosmans):

  * status:  new = closed
  * resolution:  = wontfix


Comment:

 Paman is deprecated for several years now. We won't be accepting any
 bugfixes for it anymore.

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