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Bug 85252

Summary: Strange characters on MIDI device selection screen in KDE soundsystem
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Peter van Egdom <p.van.egdom>
Component: kdebaseAssignee: Ngo Than <than>
Status: CLOSED CURRENTRELEASE QA Contact: Ben Levenson <benl>
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Hardware: i386   
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Description Peter van Egdom 2003-02-26 22:28:31 UTC
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Description of problem:

Starting KDE's configuration tool (soundsystem -> MIDI) and looking at the
screen reveals some strange characters instead of the MIDI-device name.

(see attached screenshot)

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start KDE's control centre (kcontrol).
2. Go to "Sound and Multimedia" -> Soundsystem -> MIDI

Actual Results: 
Strange characters above my EMU10K1 MIDI device.

Expected Results:
A readable MIDI device name.

Additional info:

fresh install of Phoebe 8.0.94

Here's some output of "cat /proc/pci" :

--SNIP--  --SNIP--   --SNIP--  --SNIP--  --SNIP--  --SNIP--

  Bus  0, device  11, function  0:
    Multimedia audio controller: Creative Labs SB Live! EMU10k1 (rev 7).
      IRQ 5.
      Master Capable.  Latency=32.  Min Gnt=2.Max Lat=20.
      I/O at 0xd800 [0xd81f].

Comment 1 Peter van Egdom 2003-02-26 22:30:24 UTC
Created attachment 90385 [details]
Screenshot of described situation

Comment 2 Peter van Egdom 2003-07-29 18:20:03 UTC
Described problem seems to be fixed in Red Hat Linux release 9.0.93 (Severn).

Resolving bug with resolution CURRENTRELEASE.