Subject: Re: xmms on a B&W G3
From: Michael Messano (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Date: Mon Sep 13 1999 - 10:14:04 MDT
>Yep, It happens to me every so often. Killing the process, then any
>.esd_auth files, exiting xwin and coming back in usually clears it up for
>me just fine though.
>On Mon, 13 Sep 1999, Michael Messano wrote:
> > I also have had problems with xmms. It was working
> > beautifully for a little while, and now it coughs every time I try to
> > play a file. On the other hand, X11amp works great on the exact same
> > files. All other routes to create sound (cdplay, mpg123, etc) also
> > work fine. I have noticed that, at times, esd will start up with a
> > "stale unix socket found indicating esd is already running", and
> > sound becomes erratic after this. This occurs consistently, even
> > from reboot. Can you confirm/deny? This has been bugging me, and
> > upgrading esound did not help.
> > Michael
> > Windows is not the answer. Windows is the question.
> > : The answer is No.
When you say xwin, what, exactly, do you mean? Do you mean
exiting out of X in general, and restarting the server? I have
checked my process list, and xwin isn't directly running, and
xwininfo doesn't give me anything useful to go on.
Windows is not the answer. Windows is the question.
: The answer is No.
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