On 6/8/06, Robert Kiely <robert.kiely at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> We're having a problem with Realplayer 10 on RHEL 3.6 on AMD
> Opteron machines. It's crashing if you try to load an mp3 or a wav
> file. When run from a terminal it says "Floating point error" at
> exit. It will however play .ram files but with no sound. Sound is
> working as we have used xmms to play some wav files. Google ain't
> helping. We've used strace to run it but that's not giving any info
> either. This also doesn't happen on any of the Intel 32 bit machines.
> Any help would be appreciated.
Is there some sort of sound server (artsd or similar) holding /dev/dsp open
constantly? This wouldn't explain the mp3/wav problem, but it might explain
the ram problem.
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