From: Alex Malinovich (demonbane_at_the-love-shack.net)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Mon, 24 May 2004 15:26:53 -0500
I'm getting some strange results with ALSA on my work machine. Running
kernel 2.6.6, (snd_intel8x0 module) ALSA works just fine. Unfortunately,
the ALSA device seems to have decided to become a FIFO. I can send 10
audio clips to it simultaneously, but they get played back in the order
they were received. This has the unfortunate side effect that if I'm
listening to a song on XMMS, I won't hear any sounds until after the
current song ends.
I had thought that all ALSA drivers had support for multiple audio
streams. Is this not the case? On my home PC, using kernel 2.6.4 and
ALSA (emu10k1 module) I can play multiple streams at once with no
problems. Any ideas? TIA.
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