Subject: Re: [ecasound] Toruble with audio recording
Date: Fri Aug 08 2003 - 20:28:05 EEST
S. Massy wrote on August 8 10:38
> > This is what I have:
> > - Knoppix Linux (based on Debain Linux)
> > - a TerraTec Sound Card PCI 128 i (it works)
> > - ecasound (works too)
> > - aumix (works too)
> > - /dev/dsp exists, with owner, group and others having rights to read
> > and write on that device
> I'm surprised you're not at least getting some kind of error message.
> What about sox's `rec' utility: does it say anything after you started
> it? Is there enough space where you're putting your wave-file? Knoppix
> has a few (two, actually) ramdisks; you should make sure that you're
> indeed writing your file to a hard-drive. Is there any strange message
> in your log, something about I/O errors maybe?
I forgot to say that I have Knoppix installed on my harddisk (it does
NOT run from CD-ROM). And there is plenty of space for my wave-files
(10 Giga). The files ARE written on my harddisk. I haven't used SOX so
fare, but I will give it a try. Let's see what happens. By the way:
no, there are no error messages in my log...
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