[mythtv-users] Latest CVS -> audio buffer overflows

David George david at thegeorges.us
Sun Jul 25 08:37:40 EDT 2004

Paul Woodward wrote:

>In order to get back up and running with the changes in place I had to:
>1. make sure ACPI was enabled (kernel and BIOS)
>2. disable all unnecessary on-board devices (RS232, IR, onboard sound)
>3. enable extra audio buffering in general setup
>I hope that might help narrow things down a bit.
Was your Alsa working outside of myth previous to this?  Mine was.  The 
only time I didn't have audio was inside myth watching live tv or 
previously recorded.  I didn't try Mythmusic or any of the other modules 
as I don't really use them yet.


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