Possible SMP Issue?
This is a strange problem - Installed OBSD on new computer with dual
amd64 bit 2.6ghz cpus. I chose the amd64 bit ISO. (I'm using the mp
The problem occurs when starting Firefox and using mplayer. The
sound cuts out and mplayer stops playing and then I get an error in
mplayer saying my system is too slow to play this file.. I'm running
mplayer from aterm with no gui and I'm playing an mp3 file. (Something
I also notice that when I'm playing mp3's with audacious and start
firefox the sound cuts out.
OBSD on a slower single core cpu doesn't have these problems. Any idea
what may be causing this?
You should probably start by posting your dmesg. I honestly do not have any problems with playing MP3 (using madplay from xterm) and running Firefox 3.0.3 (3.0.4 is also back ported but I didn't update).
$ uname -a OpenBSD oko.bagdala.net 4.4 GENERIC.MP#1812 amd64
most of Gtk2.0 and Gnome dependent stuff is broken.
Last edited by Oko; 25th November 2008 at 06:41 AM.
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