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Re: [Bayonne-devel] Bayonne2.02. Record Bug!

From: David Sugar
Subject: Re: [Bayonne-devel] Bayonne2.02. Record Bug!
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 06:58:46 -0400
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Also, you have to record into a file on a subdirectory of /var/lib/bayonne, hence, you must either use a prefix=dirname or use dirname/filename. If you have just "record filename" this will not work, because Bayonne will never place files on the /var/lib/bayonne root path because it assumes non-subdir references are from the voice libraries (/usr/share/bayonne/...) and these are never allowed to be written to.

Natrue wrote:
when I test the Bayonne2 , I get the error such as:

testit record.scr

soundcard/0: state=hangup, event=100, seq=8
soundcard/0: state=hangup, event=400, seq=9
soundcard/0: state=idle, event=100, seq=9
soundcard/0: state=idle, event=104, seq=10
soundcard/0: state=pickup, event=100, seq=10
soundcard/0: state=pickup, event=400, seq=11
soundcard/0: state=run, event=100, seq=11
soundcard/0: state=record, event=100, seq=11
soundcard/0: entering thread
soundcard/0: audio file access error
soundcard/0: exiting thread; reason=no-files
soundcard/0: state=record, event=102, seq=12
soundcard/0: state=run, event=100, seq=12
soundcard/0: state=run, event=400, seq=13
ERROR no-files
POS 00:00:00.000

Who can help me?thank you very much!

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