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Old 09-16-2004, 02:27 AM   #1
vickr1z
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Slack 10 -greate but i have some question too?


i have successfully install slackware 10 in my toshiba notebook. but then i have miss something that i dont know how to fix, so i need ur help folks.. **sigh**

1. evertime i run my x i see this error behind it:

Code:
_XSERVTransSocketOpenCOTSServer : Unable to open socket to inet6
_XSERVTransOpen: Transport Open failed for inet6/Keanu: 0
_XSERVTransMakeAllCOTSServerListeners: failed to open listener for inet6
** (ephipany -bin: 1832): WARNING**: Unknown mouse button
2. then when i shutdown the x this is what i got:
Code:
Audio device open for 44.1KHz, stereo, 16bit failed
Trying 44.1KHz, 8bit stereo.
Audio device open for 44.1KHz, stereo, 8bit failed
Trying 48KHz, 16bit stereo.
Audio device open for 48KHz, stereo, 16bit failed
Trying 22.05KHz, 8bit stereo.
Audio device open for 22.05KHz, stereo, 8bit falied
Trying 44.1KHz, 16bit mono.
Audio device open for 44.1KHz, mono, 8bit failed
Trying 22.05KHz, 8bit mono.
Audio device open for 22.05KHz, stereo, 8bit failed
Trying 11.025KHz, 8bit stereo
Audio device open for 11.025KHz, stereo, 8bit failed
Trying 11.025KHz, 8bit mono
Audio device open for 11.025KHz, mono, 8bit failed
Trying 8.192KHz, 8bit mono
Audio device open for 8.192KHz, mono, 8bit failed
Trying 8KHz, 8bit mono 
Sound device enadequate for Esound. Fatal.
i know this is a prob with my sounds. but i dont know how to fix it.

any idea how to solve my prob #1 and #2???
thanks in advance..
 
Old 09-16-2004, 08:34 AM   #2
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#1. No biggie. Apparently its trying to listen for connections using ipv6. You probably don't have it installed or configured to use, don't worry about it, if X starts, then well, it works. X always has some funky errors in the background even when it does work.

#2 Well, what kind of sound do you have? Does your sound actually work? More details get better answers.
 
Old 09-16-2004, 10:32 AM   #3
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one of the applications you are using is trying to play sound over esd (ESound makes me think this)
try figuring out which application this is, and configure it to NOT use esd (let it use ALSA(or ARTS if you use KDE)).
then:
killall -9 esd (as root)

good luck

alsa howto's for your soundcard can be found on www.alsa-project.org
 
  


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