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Secure Global Desktop Enhancement Module Does Not Work in PulseAudio Mode on Linux Systems (Doc ID 2040936.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Secure Global Desktop - Version 5.2 to 5.2 [Release 5.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Secure Global Desktop (SGD) administrators may receive reports that applications provisioned with audio configured to use PulseAudio on Oracle Linux 6 application servers do not work as expected--no sound is emitted--after installation of the SGD Enhancement Module (EM) for 5.2.  In this scenario, updating the configuration to SGD EM to use OSS Audio will allow sound to correctly work within the provisioned applications.

Verification

The SGD Administrator may verify this unique scenario by enabling diagnostic logging per:  http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E51728_01/E51731/html/audio.html#audio-unix-logging, the generated logs may show entries like the following:

ex.: /opt/tta_tem/var/log/sgdaudioPID.log

# cat sgdaudio5893.log
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: usePA:1 isMonitor:0 delay:0
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: lQuality=medium
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: UnixAudioHandler Init sample rate=22050
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: UnixaudioWrapper::AddDisplay:voltron.vlan100.yyyyyy.xxxxxx.com:10
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: UnixaudioWrapper::AddDisplay:0x84438d8
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: UnixaudioWrapper::SetDisplay:0x84438d8
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: DMPEnum::DMPEnum
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: DMPEnum::DMPEnum display:0x84438d8 pNotify:0x8442da0
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: DMPEnum::DMPEnum Done
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: UnixAudioWrapper setting current display
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: DMPEnum::Init service:audio
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: DMPEnum::Init service:audioin
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: DMPEnum::Init done
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: UnixAudioWrapper::Init() OK
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: nothing to play reset time
Wed Jul  1 10:34:58 2015: set_device: Inappropriate ioctl for device

Changes

 

Cause

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