[chuck-users] fried audio
David Loberg Code
d.loberg.code at wmich.edu
Fri Nov 6 12:48:48 EST 2009
I have tried the sudo kill suggestion, below. It gives me two pops
with the audio, but doesn't restore anything. I still have to shut
down and reboot to get my audio working again.
I have also uninstalled Perian. Any other tricks?
>> I have been enjoying all of these One-Liners (ChucKles? TweecKs?
>> Some of them kill my audio. Is there a way to clear or reset the
>> audio engine without rebooting my MacBook?
> It might not be this stuff that fries your Mac, but some sound
> component in combination with the latest system updates. I had to
> remove Perian (for which I used a complicated procedure), and apply
> Combo 10.5.8 (and then do a permissions repair).
> You might try killing off coreaudiod. Do say
> ps -ax | grep audio
> so see the process number <pid> of coreaudiod, and then do 'sudo
> kill <pid>'. As it is a daemon, run by launchd (see 'man
> launchctl'), it will restart immediately. You may also try putting
> it to sleep, and awaken again.
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