Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] having problems with audio-only connection

I sent a huge mail explaining you how to do with your firewall.
Now if you have full duplex problems, it is easy to solve it looking at 
the FAQ or the mail archives. That problem has been answered a million
of times. Thanks for your cooperation.

On Thu, Jun 20, 2002 at 12:47:49PM -0400, Dale E Martin wrote:
> > >Any help debugging would be appreciated.
> > 
> > apt-get install openmcu
> > openmcu -n --audio-loopback room101 --listenport 1740 -v
> > launch gm, connect to localhost:1740; if you hear yourself, gm works 
> > and you have network problems. If you don't, well, ... we'll see!
> Hmmm, OK.  I'm fairly sure that's not working right.  I get this:
> ~> gnomemeeting --disable-sound
> Could not open sound device /dev/dsp - Check permissions or full duplex
> capability.
> I'm fairly certain permissions aren't a problem - other audio apps work
> fine and they look OK to me.  Esd drives the sound OK if I run it as me, so
> if I try that and then "--enable-sound", it still says it can't open
> /dev/dsp.
> I'm using the onboard sound of an ECS K7S5A - it uses the Intel 810 driver
> which I believed to be full duplex.  I am using the OSS drivers that came
> with the kernel.  The only other thing that I'm aware of about the hardware
> is that it ONLY supports 48KHz sampling/playback.
> Next thing to try? :-)
> Thanks,
> 	Dale
> -- 
> Dale E. Martin, Clifton Labs, Inc.
> Senior Computer Engineer
> dmartin cliftonlabs com
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