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i have a riva tnt2 card, yamaha ymf 724 pci runnign on alsa with os drivers, and i run kde . whenver i try to run quake 3 i get
"dev/dsp busy, exiting on signal 11" error ne idea what could be the cause ??
the problem will be that kde is using the sound server. go kde, such a nice piece of kit. either set quake to use the arts server if possible or i think you might be able to run it via an arts wrapper program, but i couldn't tell you what it's called as i think KDE is the devil incarnate... alteranttively if you try a different light wieght window manager like blackbox then dsp will be availble all the time ideally.