Re: [Ekiga-list] Ekiga and VoipCheap

manolo manolo-laptop:~$ killall pulseaudio
manolo manolo-laptop:~$ lsof `find /dev/ -group audio`
mixer_app 5998 manolo   22u   CHR  116,0      11895 /dev/snd/controlC0
manolo manolo-laptop:~$ killall mixer_applet2

Actually running Ekiga now doesn't give me that "device busy" error  anymore. I can perform the test and I realize headphones and microphone work. unfortunately when I press OK to terminate the test Ekiga hangs and I can only Force Quit.

> From: mtbc ixod org
> To: mac_man2005 hotmail it
> Subject: Re: [Ekiga-list] Ekiga and VoipCheap
> Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 16:39:40 -0400
> Manolo _ <mac_man2005 hotmail it> writes:
> >> I had things working okay when I used to use 2.6.24 I think. I assume
> >> that `lsmod' lists snd-hda-intel okay because you had some other sound
> >> stuff working?
> >
> > Don't know. How to run a "clean" lsmod anyway?
> Maybe just see if kern.log says anything interesting at around the time
> snd-hda-intel gets modprobed. Or, if it doesn't, /proc/config.gz may
> reveal your kernel's configuration so we can see what else to look for.
> > Unfortunately I'm afraid of unistalling pulseaudio...
> Can you just kill it and any related thing?
> lsof `find /dev/ -group audio`
> should reveal all the programs that are doing audio stuff. Maybe kill
> them all before trying Ekiga so you know they're not interfering, then
> use alsamixer to make sure the right things are unmuted and turned up?
> Mark

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