pgf at laptop.org
Thu Jun 3 16:16:27 EDT 2010
> Great, it seems to works better! Is there any way to disable all the power
> managements when the activity is starting?
yes. it would really be better to only dispable power management during
operations where it's truly desirable. i.e., if the screen is static,
and the app isn't producing sound, then the laptop should be allowed
there's code that does this test in a couple of patches at
http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/10036 -- you might be better off
looking directly at
because that's the tested version.
but if you really want to disble suspend for the entire duration
of your activity (again, not recommended), they you can simply
create a file in /var/run/powerd-inhibit-suspend named after the
PID of your process. powerd will clean it up for you after your
process goes away.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Paul Fox [mailto:pgf at laptop.org]
> Envoyé : June-03-10 3:32 PM
> À : Thomas PLESSIS
> Cc : devel
> Objet : Re: Sound troubles
> thomas wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > I'm developing flash applications on OLPC using adobe air. We
> > have some troubles with our flash application when we are
> > playing sounds : randomly, the sound channel is down, and we
> > need to restart application to have sounds again. We have
> > noticed that it's happen after the standby of the laptop...
> > Any idea on how to solve this problem?
> is this possibly related to http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/10168 ?
> i believe the squeak folks solved that problem (just yesterday, i
> think) by closely following the code examples pointed to in the
> last comment on #10168 -- i.e., by handling alsa's -ESTRPIPE
> error condition properly.
> paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
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