Is there a guide somewhere to debugging audio problems? My son is mad
at me, because I upgraded my home machine from F8 to F9, and now the
sound is messed up on his favorite browser-based game
(http://www.runescape.com/). F8 plays the background music and sound
effects together. On F9, whenever a sound effect occurs, the
background music stops, and the sound effects sometimes happen several
seconds after they should have. It's like the two audio streams are
fighting each other for control of the sound card, where they used to
play together. I don't even know where to begin figuring out what is
going wrong. Any advice is much appreciated. Thanks,
Can I please get a code review of this?
I'm trying to debug it (an x64 FC7 install current w/ httpd-2.2.8)
against a build/install I just did.
I used FC7 and the current version (3.0.0).
Joe suggested I contact the list.
Having some issues testing it, however. But that just might be
brain-damage on behalf of the embedded device I'm trying to talk to
(it's Boa/0.94.14rc18 apparently)... a Honeywell environmental controller.
If anyone wants to volunteer some configuration advice, please email me
Quite a few people are complaining about the user interface of the
Add/Remove program in Fedora 9. This is correct, as I agree the UI
interaction was pretty awful in the 0.1.x codebase.
This was always going to be a stop-gap solution while we worked on the
0.2.x branch that supported all the sexy things that people wanted like
proxy server support, multiple install (and remove) and proper key
This is the current UI of gpk-application in git master (and rawhide
from today): http://www.packagekit.org/temp/gpk-application.png
It fixes most of the problems with PackageKit 0.1.x (other than the
slowness ) and I'm hoping to get a build in F9 updates-testing
sometime soon. The update viewer and the other tools have also seen some
 we're still working on a new (much faster) yum backend
I need someone who volunteers to review 2 small packages which are stuck
in bugzilla since almost a month:
These are PHP Pear libraries that I use in many projects to do network
queries, so I thought that it would be a good idea to package them.
As these are my first packages in Fedora, I need a sponsor as well.
This is also my first post on this mailinglist, so...hi all. I'm Steven,
a Swiss engineering student using Fedora since Core 1, wanting to give
some of my time back to the community.
Thanks for your help!
I'm using Fedora9 and Japanese keyboard(jp106).
If I use my keyboard on Xorg, "]" or "}" are change to "\" or "|".
The keymaps seems to be wrong.
I could avoid this issue with the following way.
# vim ~/.Xmodmap
# cat ~/.Xmodmap
keycode 51 = bracketright braceright
# xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap
How should I fix this issue properly?
I've put an e2fsprogs-1.41 pre-release snapshot into rawhide,
e2fsprogs-1.41-0.WIP.0617.fc10. e2fsprogs-1.41 is intended to be the
first fully ext4-capable e2fsprogs release, so for any of you brave
souls who are testing ext4 in F9 or rawhide, you might consider using
this release, give it a whirl and let me (or the linux-ext4 mailing
list, or #ext4 on irc.oftc.net) know how it goes.
I seem to be having some rather large problems with my x86 laptop. It looks
like there is a problem with dbus somewhere.
What happened was this. Last week, I ran file-roller as sudo to copy
something into /usr/local. For some reason, most of the applets vanished and
it looked like a gconf error. Everything hung. I restarted X, but all I got
was the mouse pointer and the animated circle things.
I restarted the machine and lots of things went wrong. avahi, mysql, httpd
and haldaemon all fail to start. If I try to login, all I get is a message
that there is no /home directory for a particular user.
I can log in as root.
If I try gconftool2 --spawn, everything seems fine.
If I try to start haldaemon with /etc/init.d/haldaemon restart, it fails
If I try to start mysqld with /etc/init.d/mysqld restart, I get a timed out
If I try to run lshal, all I get it
error: dbus_bus_get: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoServer: Failed to connect
to socket /var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket: Connection refused
Any suggestions on what to look for or alter? I'm running rawhide and