bugtrack | 1 Oct 01:23 2004

[ALSA - driver 0000425]: usb-usx2y: System lockup on PCM device open (OHCI)


A BUGNOTE has been added to this bug.
======================================================================
https://bugtrack.alsa-project.org/alsa-bug/bug_view_page.php?bug_id=0000425
======================================================================
Reported By:                rncbc
Assigned To:                karsten
======================================================================
Project:                    ALSA - driver
Bug ID:                     425
Category:                   USB - usb-usx2y
Reproducibility:            always
Severity:                   block
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     assigned
Distribution:               Mandrake 10.0 Official
Kernel Version:             2.6.8-rc2
======================================================================
Date Submitted:             08-06-2004 10:53 CEST
Last Modified:              10-01-2004 01:23 CEST
======================================================================
Summary:                    usb-usx2y: System lockup on PCM device open (OHCI)
Description: 
As of ALSA 1.0.6rc1, the US-x2y PCM device driver module exposes a hard
conflict on OHCI based USB controllers, causing a complete system lockup
-- kernel oops on an interrupt handler -- exactly upon starting or
openning the PCM device for audio playback. 
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bugtrack | 1 Oct 01:24 2004

[ALSA - driver 0000549]: Jackd crash randomly


A BUGNOTE has been added to this bug.
======================================================================
https://bugtrack.alsa-project.org/alsa-bug/bug_view_page.php?bug_id=0000549
======================================================================
Reported By:                roswel
Assigned To:                karsten
======================================================================
Project:                    ALSA - driver
Bug ID:                     549
Category:                   USB - usb-usx2y
Reproducibility:            random
Severity:                   crash
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     assigned
Distribution:               Debian sid/experimental
Kernel Version:             2.6.9-rc2-bk14
======================================================================
Date Submitted:             09-29-2004 07:52 CEST
Last Modified:              10-01-2004 01:24 CEST
======================================================================
Summary:                    Jackd crash randomly
Description: 
Hi,
I still have some troubles with jackd. I rebuilt a kernel without
USB_CONFIG_BANDWITH and now jackd start without problem. But sometimes, it
hang with the following jackd error  : 
04:25:29.436 Audio connection graph change.
delay of 1022980.000 usecs exceeds estimated spare time of 17909.000;
restart ...
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bugtrack | 1 Oct 01:27 2004

[ALSA - driver 0000344]: usx2y driver causes kernel oops


A BUGNOTE has been added to this bug.
======================================================================
https://bugtrack.alsa-project.org/alsa-bug/bug_view_page.php?bug_id=0000344
======================================================================
Reported By:                maggoi
Assigned To:                karsten
======================================================================
Project:                    ALSA - driver
Bug ID:                     344
Category:                   USB - usb-usx2y
Reproducibility:            always
Severity:                   major
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     assigned
Distribution:               Gentoo
Kernel Version:             2.6.6
======================================================================
Date Submitted:             06-24-2004 18:06 CEST
Last Modified:              10-01-2004 01:27 CEST
======================================================================
Summary:                    usx2y driver causes kernel oops
Description: 
While playing a soundfile using my Tascam us-122 (Alsa Module snd-usx2y)
after a few seconds the sound stutters and i get an Kernel oops. 
This is not happening if I use Jack.
I'm using the latest alsa drivers 1.0.5. With kernel 2.6.6. 

dmesg:
Debug: sleeping function called from invalid context at mm/slab.c:1996
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bugtrack | 1 Oct 01:28 2004

[ALSA - driver 0000051]: system crashes running aplay as unprivileged user on a US428. No sound except very occasional <.5 sec bursts


A BUGNOTE has been added to this bug.
======================================================================
https://bugtrack.alsa-project.org/alsa-bug/bug_view_page.php?bug_id=0000051
======================================================================
Reported By:                marqrdt
Assigned To:                karsten
======================================================================
Project:                    ALSA - driver
Bug ID:                     51
Category:                   USB - usb-usx2y
Reproducibility:            sometimes
Severity:                   crash
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     assigned
Distribution:               Fedora Core 1
Kernel Version:              2.4.22-1.2115.nptl (stock Fedora kernel)
======================================================================
Date Submitted:             02-11-2004 15:39 CET
Last Modified:              10-01-2004 01:28 CEST
======================================================================
Summary:                    system crashes running aplay as unprivileged user on a US428. No sound except very occasional <.5
sec bursts
Description: 
running the following command will cause a system crash +50% of the time:
aplay -v -D plug:hw:USX2Y music/wav/chant-reverb.wav

It runs file using the ALSA driver for the internal ALI5451 card.

Also, no sound comes out of the US428 except for very occasional <.5
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bugtrack | 1 Oct 01:28 2004

[ALSA - driver 0000410]: Cannot listen to line-in and aux at the same time


A BUGNOTE has been added to this bug.
======================================================================
https://bugtrack.alsa-project.org/alsa-bug/bug_view_page.php?bug_id=0000410
======================================================================
Reported By:                skamp
Assigned To:                tiwai
======================================================================
Project:                    ALSA - driver
Bug ID:                     410
Category:                   PCI - ice1724
Reproducibility:            always
Severity:                   feature
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     feedback
Distribution:               LFS 5.1.1, BLFS 5.1
Kernel Version:             2.4.26
======================================================================
Date Submitted:             07-27-2004 18:48 CEST
Last Modified:              10-01-2004 01:28 CEST
======================================================================
Summary:                    Cannot listen to line-in and aux at the same time
Description: 
I cannot listen to sound coming from line-in and aux at the same time,
since I have to switch between either one of them with the "capture"
switch.
I can't listen to both line-in or aux and pcm, for that matter, since I
have to switch H/W and H/W 1 from PCM Out to H/W In 0 and vice versa.

I have my TV plugged to line-in, and my DXR3 MPEG2 decoder plugged to aux,
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bugtrack | 1 Oct 01:42 2004

[ALSA - driver 0000410]: Cannot listen to line-in and aux at the same time


A BUGNOTE has been added to this bug.
======================================================================
https://bugtrack.alsa-project.org/alsa-bug/bug_view_page.php?bug_id=0000410
======================================================================
Reported By:                skamp
Assigned To:                tiwai
======================================================================
Project:                    ALSA - driver
Bug ID:                     410
Category:                   PCI - ice1724
Reproducibility:            always
Severity:                   feature
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     feedback
Distribution:               LFS 5.1.1, BLFS 5.1
Kernel Version:             2.4.26
======================================================================
Date Submitted:             07-27-2004 18:48 CEST
Last Modified:              10-01-2004 01:42 CEST
======================================================================
Summary:                    Cannot listen to line-in and aux at the same time
Description: 
I cannot listen to sound coming from line-in and aux at the same time,
since I have to switch between either one of them with the "capture"
switch.
I can't listen to both line-in or aux and pcm, for that matter, since I
have to switch H/W and H/W 1 from PCM Out to H/W In 0 and vice versa.

I have my TV plugged to line-in, and my DXR3 MPEG2 decoder plugged to aux,
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bugtrack | 1 Oct 01:55 2004

[ALSA - driver 0000410]: Cannot listen to line-in and aux at the same time


A BUGNOTE has been added to this bug.
======================================================================
https://bugtrack.alsa-project.org/alsa-bug/bug_view_page.php?bug_id=0000410
======================================================================
Reported By:                skamp
Assigned To:                tiwai
======================================================================
Project:                    ALSA - driver
Bug ID:                     410
Category:                   PCI - ice1724
Reproducibility:            always
Severity:                   feature
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     feedback
Distribution:               LFS 5.1.1, BLFS 5.1
Kernel Version:             2.4.26
======================================================================
Date Submitted:             07-27-2004 18:48 CEST
Last Modified:              10-01-2004 01:55 CEST
======================================================================
Summary:                    Cannot listen to line-in and aux at the same time
Description: 
I cannot listen to sound coming from line-in and aux at the same time,
since I have to switch between either one of them with the "capture"
switch.
I can't listen to both line-in or aux and pcm, for that matter, since I
have to switch H/W and H/W 1 from PCM Out to H/W In 0 and vice versa.

I have my TV plugged to line-in, and my DXR3 MPEG2 decoder plugged to aux,
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Andy Kennedy | 1 Oct 07:12 2004

aplay/arecord

This one is killing me. . . I cannot figure it out.  I have a Creative Live
5.1 (emu10k1) and am using driver 1.0.6a (haven't yet installed .7, about to
give that a go).

The problem:

arecord -r 44100 -f U8 -c 2 <no device> something.wav  -- Okay.

arecord -r 44100 -f U8 -c 2 -D plughw:0,0 something.wav -- Okay.

arecord -r 44100 -f U8 -c 2 -D default something.wav -- Okay.

arecord -r 44100 -f U8 -c 2 -D hw:0,0 something.wav -- Invalid format.

What am I doing wrong here?  Why will it not let me have U8 as the format on
hw:0,0, when it is the same thing as the others. . .

Thanks in advance for the help.

Andy Kennedy

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Jaroslav Kysela | 1 Oct 08:01 2004
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Re: Spam on Alsa-devel.

On Thu, 30 Sep 2004, Carsten Koch wrote:

> It appears I am receiving more spam via Alsa-devel these days
> than via the rest of my mail together (I am using this
> http://angel.net/~nic/spam-x.html against spam, which is very
> effective, but totally helpless against spam posted to a
> list I am subscribed to).
> 
> I wonder why the list accepts postings from non-subscribers.

Because of kernel folks.

> I will unsubscribe now.

http://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=6695&group_id=1#spam_virus

						Jaroslav

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ALSA Project, SUSE Labs

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bugtrack | 1 Oct 09:15 2004

[ALSA - driver 0000410]: Cannot listen to line-in and aux at the same time


A BUGNOTE has been added to this bug.
======================================================================
https://bugtrack.alsa-project.org/alsa-bug/bug_view_advanced_page.php?bug_id=0000410
======================================================================
Reported By:                skamp
Assigned To:                tiwai
======================================================================
Project:                    ALSA - driver
Bug ID:                     410
Category:                   PCI - ice1724
Reproducibility:            always
Severity:                   feature
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     feedback
Distribution:               LFS 5.1.1, BLFS 5.1
Kernel Version:             2.4.26
======================================================================
Date Submitted:             07-27-2004 18:48 CEST
Last Modified:              10-01-2004 09:15 CEST
======================================================================
Summary:                    Cannot listen to line-in and aux at the same time
Description: 
I cannot listen to sound coming from line-in and aux at the same time,
since I have to switch between either one of them with the "capture"
switch.
I can't listen to both line-in or aux and pcm, for that matter, since I
have to switch H/W and H/W 1 from PCM Out to H/W In 0 and vice versa.

I have my TV plugged to line-in, and my DXR3 MPEG2 decoder plugged to aux,
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