Fred Cummins said:
> All audio output on by machine starts with an annoying click--the sort
> of thing I would expect if the first few bytes of the sound portion were
> corrupt, or if some of the header were interpreted as sound. However,
> it seems to be true for all sound. Can anyone advise? Output of
> /dev/sndstat listed below for reference, Dist = RH 6.1
Yeah, I have that on my RH61 machine at home as well -- it's intensely
annoying, espesh when E is making noises; it causes a click before every
window move or menu popup. I'm running RH61 as well, with an ESS Solo
on-the-motherboard sound chipset.
I did a web search for "esd sound click", but without luck.
BTW how many ILUGgers went to the ESR talk last night? Next time, we need
nametags with email addresses on them I think ;)
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