Broken pipe in module
guyster at bex.net
Thu Jan 22 18:28:26 CET 2009
Hey there Hermann, and thanks for the rapid response. Yes, the same
thing happens with pulseaudio. I can't really pin-point more or less
frequently, but right now, I'd have to say the problem occurs less
frequently after disabling pulse and going with alsa. I used a walk
through on www.digitaldarragh.com to accomplish this. I know how to set
output module to OSS, but how would I go about routing calls through
aoss? Thanks again for the help in getting to the bottom of this.
On 01/22/2009 07:05 AM, Hermann wrote:
> I saw Guy's mail in the archive, so sorry for the non-regular quoting
> and answer:
> Guy wrote:
> "Hi all, I'm writing, concerning a problem I'm having with
> speech-dispatcher. If I'm typing or listening to some text, using
> Espeak, speech-dispatcher will cease to speak, and I have to kill the
> process, and re-run it for speech to resume. I'm posting below, the
> error I'm getting in speechd.log. It was thought before that pulseaudio
> might have had something to do with it, but I've since disabled pulse,
> and am strictly using alsa. If anyone has any further ideas, please let
> me know asap."
> It looks like the long term problem with libasound2, which I report for
> about a year.
> If this is the case, there's no solution, unless you are willing to
> change the output to "OSS" in your speechd.conf.
> Note: This will stop the parallel use of SD and multimedia apps.
> Do you face the same issue when using Pulseaudio?
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