[Debian] aplay/mplayer broken with pkg-fso linux-image-2.6.34-openmoko-gta02?

Gennady Kupava gb at bsdmn.com
Fri Nov 19 18:02:38 CET 2010

В Птн, 19/11/2010 в 17:48 +0200, Timo Jyrinki пишет:
> 2010/11/19 Paul Wise <pabs3 at bonedaddy.net>:
> > Is anyone else having broken audio on Debian with pkg-fso
> > linux-image-2.6.34-openmoko-gta02? Timo Jyrinki can reproduce it with
> > one GTA02 but not with another one. Here are some symptoms:
> And the one I can reproduce it with is up-to-date sid, while the one
> where I have no problem is mostly pure Debian squeeze (only E17 and
> Zhone from sid and kernel from pkg-fso) with 127 unupgraded packages
> (ALSA among else). Paul mentioned he mostly has squeeze as well, so it
> might be even something in testing, just recently migrated?
> Same kernel is used on each device, and same modules loaded (audio
> support built-in).
> Mostly it would be good to hear from other Debian users if they are
> seeing the problem, or if they are not seeing it. Maybe we could then
> pinpoint what's causing the problem. My guess so far is that it
> wouldn't be kernel related, since I at least have audio perfectly
> functional on one device. I wouldn't have even noticed the problem if
> I hadn't tested audio on my playground Neo after Paul mentioned it...
> I will try to upgrade my working Neo to latest squeeze a few packages
> at a time at some point, but right now I don't have time and need that
> phone to be working :)

Hi, Timo & list

I've noticed problem with alsa too. Guess that this may be related to
100hz patch, probably need to review neo-specific code in kernel. 

I noticed arecord is not working here (in both debian and qtmoko v28
with same kernel based on qtmoko v29 sources), also aplay somehow is
working in qtmoko v28(which is debian stable i think) but does not with
debian unstable (all with same kernel). i can't really say then this
stopped working - i didn't tried arecord for a while and didn't tried
aplay on debian/unstable for a while too.

Hope that 100hz patch will help us to fix some well-hidden bugs :)


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