From: Ralph Katz on
Posted on skype board with no replies to date. Perhaps one of you can
shed some insight.

Skype worked fine for about 6 weeks since I first installed it. But
from this last weekend, I get this darth vader mic sound problem. My
voice is garbled and s-l-o-w-e-d down on playback from skype test call.
Voice calls unusable. Skype call dialog window Error message something
like "problem with audio capture." I hear the other end; other party
hears nothing.

No audio s/w updated nor installed recently. Mic on sound recorder still
works fine.

Debian Lenny (current updates), Skype Linux, backported 2.6.32
kernel, default XFCE debian installation for audio.

So, everything was fine previously. Nothing new installed. No upgrades
should impact audio.
Packages updated recently:
[UPGRADE] ghostscript 8.62.dfsg.1-3.2lenny1 -> 8.62.dfsg.1-3.2lenny4
[UPGRADE] gs-common 8.62.dfsg.1-3.2lenny1 -> 8.62.dfsg.1-3.2lenny4
[UPGRADE] libgs8 8.62.dfsg.1-3.2lenny1 -> 8.62.dfsg.1-3.2lenny4
[UPGRADE] libldap-2.4-2 2.4.11-1+lenny1 -> 2.4.11-1+lenny2
[UPGRADE] google-chrome-stable 5.0.375.99-r51029 -> 5.0.375.125-r53311
[UPGRADE] libmozjs1d ->
[UPGRADE] xulrunner-1.9 ->

Any ideas before I tinker with adding .asoundrc or /etc/asound.conf files?
What could have changed that I missed?!


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