[pulseaudio-discuss] daemon ping-pongs the sink port
sarusama at gmail.com
Sat Dec 3 11:05:08 PST 2011
Thanks for the reply. This change is happening all the time regardless of
if I have anything plugged in or not.
I'm willing to accept that I might have a hardware problem. I don't
currently have a working windows to try it out under a different OS. Is
there a way I could debug this issue further, e.g., could I somehow check
the jack detection? Could I see the hardware events in some log? What
driver (kernel module?) is responsible for producing those events? Would it
be possible to try another driver?
Here's what hardware lister says I have:
product: 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset Family High Definition Audio
vendor: Intel Corporation 
bus info: pci at 0000:00:1b.0
width: 64 bits
Message Signalled Interrupts,
PCI capabilities listing
driver: HDA Intel
On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 2:20 AM, David Henningsson <
david.henningsson at canonical.com> wrote:
> On 12/02/2011 04:54 AM, Tony Bernardin wrote:
>> Sorry if I'm posting this question in the wrong list. I've been trying
>> to search for this issue, but have been unsuccessful so far with not
>> even a hint at what I could try to get to the bottom of this. I'm not
>> very familiar with the sound system.
>> The symptom: regular hiccup in the sound output.
>> What I've found:
>> launching the pulseaudio daemon with -v showed that it is constantly
>> changing the port of the sync:
> Changing port when you plug something in/out is a part of my jack
> detection patches, and implemented in Ubuntu 11.10.
> Is it changing even though you're not actually plugging headphones in and
> out repeatedly? If so, I suspect that your hardware might be broken.
> David Henningsson, Canonical Ltd.
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