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PhiX
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« on: March 03, 2008, 13:20:52 PM »

Hello everybody,

After the latest updates (dbus and ghostscript), alsa broke on my desktop.
The sound was working fine until I  happen to visit Tasma > sound&multimedia> Sound and get the following error messages.
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"Impossible to find the secified arts library."
followed by :
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"Impossible to load  Sound  module."

At the following reboot, I was welcomed by an error message from amarok, saying
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"Xine couldn't initialze audio driver"

Since then, I got no sound and amarok, Kaffeine and MPlayer give the same error message :
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impossible error - can't find 'libasound.so.2'
      3760:      impossible error - can't find 'libz.so.1'
      3760:      impossible error - can't find 'librt.so.1'
      3760:      impossible error - can't find 'libnsl.so.1'
      3760:      impossible error - can't find 'libasound.so.2'
      3760:      impossible error - can't find 'libc.so.6'

I tried to reinstall alsa-driver, alsamixer, kdemultimedia, amarok and tasma (from the command sudo pisi it --reinstall)with no luck.

I also ran alsaconf, but no sound.

Any ideas are welcome Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2008, 16:53:09 PM »

libasound.so.2 is in "alsa-lib" package, you seem to have removed this package or it's broken.

Could you paste the output of;
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pisi info alsa-lib -F|grep libasound

Reinstalling alsa-lib may solve the problem;
Code:
sudo pisi it alsa-lib --reins
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« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2008, 22:06:08 PM »

Reinstalling alsa-lib did the trick, thanks a lot, Eren.Turkay !
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