[PlanetCCRMA] Simple test - alsaplayer

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Tue Dec 10 17:52:01 2002

> > Back home and starting testing of my new hardware. Following a nice,
> > long, significant upgrade of KDE from the planet, I attempt to run
> > alsaplayer.The app comes up fine, but when I tell it to connect to the
> > CD Player, I get an error message:
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > [root@Godzilla root]# alsaplayer -R -o jack &
> > [2] 2773
> > [root@Godzilla root]# got connect request
> > got connect request
> > jack: realtime scheduling active
> > /usr/lib/libvorbisfile.so.3: undefined symbol: ogg_stream_reset_serialno

That's definitely alsaplayer's fault. I built a new version today...

> It looks like one of your newly compiled tools (alsaplayer, the 
> drivers, jack?) is calling a function that doesn't exist in your 
> libvorbis package.  Something (most likely libvorbis) is not as 
> current as your latest builds of the other stuff.  The device error 
> may be spurious (or maybe not).
> You would have seen an error during the build (ie, it wouldn't have 
> compiled, at least not without lots of complaining) if you built 
> from source/src.rpm.  The rpm dependencies are supposed to catch 
> that stuff, but only if everything is correctly defined by the packager.
> It sounds like I'm blaming it on Fernando ;-)
> Okay Fernando, it's time to speak up (I'll shut up now).

Definitely my fault. I'll redo the build and REALLY (paying attention
this time) watch the boring messages to see if I spot something in the
section that deals with ogg vorbis. 

-- Fernando