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  1. #1
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    Problem with TS3 on Linux (Ubuntu). Ringbuffer to small.

    Hi,

    one of my friends got a problem with Teamspeak under ubuntu linux.

    Here is a part of the log:
    Code:
    08.12.11 20:20    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4209 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:21    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4216 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:21    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4234 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:21    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4214 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:21    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4213 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:21    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4174 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:21    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4202 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:21    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4240 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:22    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4225 vs 4096)     
    08.12.11 20:22    GenericPlayback    Warning    fillbuffer asked for more samples than ringbuffer can contain (4219 vs 4096)
    Here is a link to the complete log: http://nopaste.info/6505a7290e.html

    As you can see, the System seems to be using Pulseaudio what may cause problems. If you look at the client connection information there are no loss packages, everything seems just fine.

    regards,
    MaSch

  2. #2
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    I have also this problem.

    Using Kubuntu 11.10 (amd64)

    Anyone got a fix?


    Edit: describing the problem in plain english "the sound crackles".
    Last edited by aoeui; January 2nd, 2012 at 02:44 PM.

  3. #3
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    Same on Debian Wheezy x86 and Debian Sid amd64 both uses PulseAudio. Other sound sources works well.

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