Sounf and GNOME [was Re: ports/58840: [PATCH] exclude possibly unrequireddependenciesfrom x11/gnome2]

Joe Marcus Clarke marcus at marcuscom.com
Mon Nov 3 09:29:40 PST 2003


On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 12:15, Jens Rehsack wrote:
> Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> > On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 08:26, Stephen Hilton wrote:
> 
> > Those ports are not the cause of this problem.  ESounD is imported via
> > x11/libgnome.  You could solve this problem by creating a symlink of
> > /dev/dsp (or whatever device is listed in the error dialog)pointing to
> > /dev/null.
> 
> On 5.x you have to do it on every reboot. There should be a better
> solution, shouldn't it?

Take a look at /etc/devfs.conf.

Joe

> 
> Jens
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