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I’m going to start off by apologizing for posting a lame “help me, I’m f*$king stupid” message. Just popped fmod onto my linux laptop that uses alsasound as the driver. I’ve got the sample programs compiled. When I run “simple”, and choose the alsa stuff, I either get annoying noise (fast clicking), or nothing. Usually the noise. Other selections do not work (OSS). I’m running on redhat 7.0. I just tried the other example, “simplest”, and when it started up I got a /dev/dsp: No such device warning, and then it started making that noise again. Anyone have any ideas?

Also, at the bottom of the simple application, the numbers never change (order, row, time, channels playing….). I would think that these should be changing, although I’ve never actually seen this thing work. Thanks in advance!

dak

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I’m just a newbie, but here’s my advice:

I had the ‘/dev/dsp’ problem when getting ALSA to work in OSS compatibility mode (which probably isn’t what you’re trying to do, but…) and I fixed it by typing ‘modprobe snd-pcm-oss’ in a console before starting up X.

I don’t know if this will help, but I suppose it’s worth a try. Good luck.

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Oops, sorry. That’s not what I meant. If /dev/dsp doesn’t exist at all, then you might want to try

modprobe snd-card-xxx

(where xxx is the name of your soundcard listed in the ALSA docs) before probing snd-pcm-oss.

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