Lockheed wrote:Vicious circle. OSS really needs to get laptop-minded if it is to replace ALSA.
igorzwx wrote:Lockheed wrote:Vicious circle. OSS really needs to get laptop-minded if it is to replace ALSA.
If you pretend to be an ALSA expert, you should, perhaps, know a few Linux commands, such as command "kill"
If you hate "command line", you may better install Windows and learn how to use Google and GUI-applications. Then, you may try Ubuntu once more.
musv wrote:I don't know if there already has been found a solution for that problem. Just a few days ago I tried Hibernate. And I was running into the same problems like Lockheed.
OSS gives me some mixer errors when I play a sound after resume from hibernate. Only solution to solve that problem is to restart oss. Restarting oss means also killing all apps that have access to a sound device. And that means in many cases, hibernate is useless when you have to restart all relevant programs.
Suspend and Hibernation
OSS does not automatically support suspend meaning that OSS must be manually stopped prior to suspending or hibernating.
OSS provides soundon and soundoff to enable and disable OSS, although any processes that use sound must be terminated first.
The following script is a rather basic method of automatically unloading OSS prior to suspending and reloading afterwards...
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/OS ... ibernation
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