zkline at speedpost.net
Thu Jul 7 05:01:21 UTC 2016
The solution is to create the directory under /var which alsacrtl expects. I think it’s /var/run or /var/lock, but I don’t remember specifics and don’t have my machine in front of me at the moment. If you do that, alsactl store will work as expected.
> On Jul 6, 2016, at 9:58 PM, Jude DaShiell <jdashiel at panix.com> wrote:
> I had been using it to install archlinux specifically talkingarchlinux. It mostly works ok until I do alsactl store and then I get a state lock error. As a result of this failure, I can finish up a talkingarch installation but on reboot, I have no speech on the system. Does a way exist I can clear this problem? The only reason I'm doing this is because the wifi network I had set up and working with netctl also died and I'm going to have to wipe the hard drive and reinstall talkingarch to clear this problem.
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