Subject: Re: [ecasound] Bug again?
From: Eric Dantan Rzewnicki (eric_AT_zhevny.com)
Date: Sat Dec 13 2003 - 08:31:00 EET
I know this is vague ... but I've seen this happen, too. I haven't
reported it because I can't see a pattern to it. But, since Julien is
seeing this I'm throwing in a "me too". Occasionally I'll need to kill
an ecasound batch because I realized too late that I told it to do
something I didn't really mean. Sometimes they will hang around in the
process table until I kill them forcibly (-9). I haven't been able to
reproduce it reliably, though.
Julien Claassen wrote:
> I've got a problem or better a nasty side-effect. If I start ecasound in
> simple batch-mode (without -c) and decide to quit early with strg-c, then ps
> -ax shows me, that ecasound is still there. I can kill those processes then,
> but it's not beautiful.
> If I start ecasound with jack-objects, everything works fine, if I interupt
> it. What can this be? Can it be fixed.
> Oh yes, btw. I always work as root, when using ecasound. I just get what I
> want or occasional a frozen pc (that I don't want, but it's ok)... :-)
> Kindest regards
> Julien Patrick Claassen
> SBS C-LAB
> Fuerstenallee 11
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