Re: Problem with soundmodem on Eee PC

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On 09/09/2009 05:32 PM, Julian Moss wrote:
I found a posting in a list here which suggested
that this is caused by soundmodem opening the sound card at an
unsupported sample rate of 9600. The post included a hack to make it
use 11025.

I was the one who posted that original problem. My solutions were:

1) Use a different soundcard that supported the requested sample rate.

2) Use the ALSA sound system instead of the OSS system, which I think is now standard on Ubuntu and most other 2.6 Linuxes. I had been sticking with OSS for a while because I found the commercial (paid) OSS system to be very stable on the old SuSE distro I was running. I now use Ubuntu and the ALSA system will re-sample whatever audio comes in from whatever soundcard to give the software what it asked for.

Works well.


J. Lance Cotton, KJ5O
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