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Old 12th October 2022
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Default user has no sound output. root does

Hey. Im getting no sound. Root has sound..
OpenBSD 7.1

user is in groups operator staff
but still no sound..

mpg123 has this error:
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High Performance MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 Audio Player for Layers 1, 2 and 3
        version 1.29.3; written and copyright by Michael Hipp and others
        free software (LGPL) without any warranty but with best wishes
[src/libout123/modules/sndio.c:open_sndio():132] error: Got nothing from sio_open().
[src/libout123/libout123.c:check_output_module():982] error: Module 'sndio' device open failed.
[src/libout123/libout123.c:out123_open():483] error: Found no driver out of [sndio] working with device <default>.
main: [src/mpg123.c:check_fatal_output():332] error: out123 error 3: failure loading driver module
thanks.
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I can recreate this error *if* I stop the sndiod(8) daemon before running the program.

Did you make any customizations to running sndiod(8)? It should be enabled and running by default.
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Hey. Thanks.
No customisations..
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Double check that it is set to the default -- which is enabled in /etc/rc.conf and not disabled or provisioned with optional flags in /etc/rc.conf.local:
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$ grep sndiod /etc/rc.conf*
/etc/rc.conf:sndiod_flags=
Then, double-check that it is running.
Code:
$ rcctl ls on | grep sndiod
sndiod
$ pgrep -lf sndiod
51947 /usr/bin/sndiod
37704 sndiod: helper
If it is configured with default options and is confirmed to be running, you've either found a bug or you have multiple audio devices and requires sndiod(8) provisioning to select the proper device.

Last edited by jggimi; 12th October 2022 at 07:04 PM. Reason: clarity -- this likely isn't a bug.
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output:
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$ grep sndiod /etc/rc.conf*
/etc/rc.conf:sndiod_flags=
/etc/rc.conf.local:sndiod_flags=-f rsnd/1

$ rcctl ls on | grep sndiod
sndiod

$ pgrep -lf sndiod
/usr/bin/sndiod -f rsnd/1
sndiod: helper
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Hey. Thanks.
No customisations..
This isn't what you just posted. See the line highlighted in red.
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output:
Code:
$ grep sndiod /etc/rc.conf*
/etc/rc.conf:sndiod_flags=
/etc/rc.conf.local:sndiod_flags=-f rsnd/1

$ rcctl ls on | grep sndiod
sndiod

$ pgrep -lf sndiod
/usr/bin/sndiod -f rsnd/1
sndiod: helper
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.. ou sorry i played around before.
Now i reinstalled system.
so:
Code:
# grep sndiod /etc/rc.conf*
/etc/rc.conf:sndiod_flags=

# rcctl ls on | grep sndiod
sndiod

# pgrep -lf sndiod
99415 /usr/bin/sndiod
97026 sndiod: helper
root also withous sound. so its not configured. But im lost at this configuration. Please help me. Thanks

Last edited by marek; 13th October 2022 at 05:43 AM. Reason: root also has no sound output
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OK.shame i have to read more. Its working...
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