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Sound not working Pup 1.0.2 Moz? 1.0.0 works ok!!
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PostPosted: Wed 08 Jun 2005, 08:14    Post subject:  Sound not working Pup 1.0.2 Moz? 1.0.0 works ok!!  

Hi,

I've just downloaded and run the latest Puppy 1.0.2 Moz. However for some reason I cannot get any sound output. I have the sound Icon at the bottom right corner, but when I doubleclick it I nothing happens?

Thinking it was just a config problem with my soundcard I tried 1.0.2 on my sons pc, but with exactly the same results.

My MD5 checks out ok, and I've burned 2 cd's to rule that out. What's even stranger is that sound works perfectly on both PC's with the older 1.0.0 firefox version !!

Obviously something has changed between these two versions and it's not agreeing with my PC's.

Any help would be much appreciated

Andy
PS - I'm running directly off the CD in live mode. Cheers And.
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PostPosted: Wed 08 Jun 2005, 09:36    Post subject: Re: Sound not working Pup 1.0.2 Moz? 1.0.0 works ok!!  

Hi Andy,

It is the fault of a nut.
In 1.0.2 the decision was made to use the 2.6 kernel instead of the 2.4.
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1.0.3 of Puppy is out in a few days. Hopefully your sound will return at that time (sound and printing are known problems)
Sorry about the burning of those CD's - looks like you will be doing another soon. If you are desperate to use a new Pup but with the old kernel - try PizzaPup from the wiki
http://www.goosee.com/puppy/wikka/PuppyReleaseCandidate

Hope that helps Smile
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PostPosted: Wed 08 Jun 2005, 20:56    Post subject:  

Thanks for your reply lobster.

I'll give 1.0.3 a try when it's released. For the time being I've burned a copy from an older iso (Pup 1.0.1) which is working perfectly Very Happy

All the best for now,

Andy
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PostPosted: Wed 08 Jun 2005, 22:09    Post subject: The wise man  

Here is something I heard from a wise man (or was it a TV ad):
"If you wait long enough Grasshopper, patience will come" Reminds me of an occult book on becoming invisible - that suggested spending long times in a closet.

Yes . . . 1.0.3 . . . is with us soon


Cool The nut was of course the 2.6 kernel. I am quite happily using that system, proving that Puppy is ready for Linux futures.

Barry is working towards making a choice of kernels available via the unleashed packages which are being integrated into Pupget.

Pupget is a great way to enhance your Puppy.

May the Force (of Puppy) be with you
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PostPosted: Thu 09 Jun 2005, 10:20    Post subject:  

Just got Pup 1.0.3 and everything is cool!!

Seem's like you guy's fixed it.

Many thanks

Andy
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