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Re: corrupted sound outputy
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: corrupted sound outputy
- From: Pierre-Philipp Braun <pbraun_(_at_)_nethence_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 06:00:03 +0100 (CET)
- Organization: "Nethence -- www.nethence.com"
Quoting Pierre-Philipp Braun, 05:47 +0100 Thu 17th Feb 2005,
> Quoting Pierre-Philipp Braun, 05:42 +0100 Thu 17th Feb 2005,
> > there is sound output now, but it sounds corrupted as hell, like
> > mpg321 didn't had the correct rate, speed, or something. note: that
> > thinkpad isn't that old... it should still be able to read mp3s.
> In fact,
> CPU states: 5.0% user, 0.0% nice, 1.1% system, 17.6% interrupt, 76.3% idle
With some memomry left btw.
Note: it's a *bit* better with OpenBSD mpg123-0.59rp2.tgz package. I'm even
able to recognize what song it is (at some points)... the output is totally
it looks like there are unsufficient resources, as the output is not only
corrupted (VERY bad quality), but slowered down and with some lag points...
We've got nice CPU and memory states tho.
any idea what's going on?
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