[mythtv-users] Massive upgrade headaches continue
Michael T. Dean
mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Fri Nov 13 01:44:22 UTC 2009
On 11/12/2009 07:47 PM, Enigma wrote:
> Thanks for the quick replies! I know a lot of this stuff is not
> directly Myth related, sorry to clutter the list.
Not really a clutter--just made it look like there were a lot of Myth
problems that weren't Myth. :)
> I resolved the
> issue with the 1080p output by disabling EDID and uising a custom
> modeline from the Myth wiki. I removed all the old libs and
> reinstalled the backend, looks like that cleared up the problem with
> loading the old filters.
> mtdean at thirdcontact wrote:
>>> The main issue that I am having now is that sometimes sound will drop
>>> out when watching a recording and never return.
>> This happens when using ALSA in such a way that PulseAudio is re-enabled
>> after Myth suspends it (and it will mute when you skip/jump and possibly
>> in other circumstances).
> Hmm, I checked the referenced thread and the solution seemed to be
> remove asound.conf, which I don't have. I don't know if it related,
> but when I start playback I get 16 instances of
> AO: dropping back audio_buffer_unused
> in the log. The only pulseaudio package I appear to have on the
> system is libpulse0, I would love to remove it but it appears that the
> myth packages have it as a dependency (or a reverse dependency, either
> way it wants to remove myth if I remove libpulse). I assume the
> change from 9/19 (http://cvs.mythtv.org/trac/changeset/21945) is in
> 0.22-fixes? Is there a way to purge pulse from a Mythbuntu system to
> avoid this issue?
In that case, you probably aren't running PulseAudio, then. The
libpulse dependency is to allow Myth to be built in such a way that it
can disable pulse when the user /is/ running Pulse.
So, now I don't know of any reason that you might lose audio--except,
maybe, some lower-level/system configuration issue.
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