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    Default America's army does not exit properly

    I have iunstalled AA2.5 and found that after exiting it still resides in memory and blocks any sound in other applications until terminated via system monitor.

    There was no such behavior under Ubuntu. So my question is how to make it exit normally?

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    Default Re: America's army does not exit properly

    Even after a reboot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Even after a reboot?
    Yes. Reboot does not help.

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    Ansus wrote:
    > Yes. Reboot does not help.


    sounds like a trojan horse/root kit to me..

    WAIT! aren't you the user who insisted on "How to diasable filesystem
    checks on boot?" and one day discovered "Pause and strange output when
    entering administrator console"..

    did you ever repair those problems? (or do a fresh install to clean
    out the bones?)

    having been rooted and/or uninstalled games remaining in memory over a
    hardware boot is no surprise..

    good luck..

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    wait: "America's army does not exit properly" is this a political
    commentary? (if so, you missed April Fools Day by eight!)

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    having been rooted and/or uninstalled games remaining in memory over a
    hardware boot is no surprise..
    What a stupid idea that a process can remain in memory after boot! Did you ever learn computer basics?

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    Ansus wrote:
    > What a stupid idea that a process can remain in memory after boot! Did
    > you ever learn computer basics?


    you said it, not me:

    post 1: "exiting it still resides in memory and blocks any sound"
    post 2: "Even after a reboot?"
    post 3: "Yes. Reboot does not help."

    so, like ALL good root kits it auto-loads itself into memory with
    every boot!!

    read up on root kits, and *then* you may ask with a sneer:
    "Did you ever learn computer basics?"

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    Default Re: America's army does not exit properly

    you said it, not me:
    I did not say that. Turn off your fantasy.

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    P.S. Need help from people who know how to help.

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    Default Re: America's army does not exit properly

    Come on, people, there's no need for tone like this.

    @Ansus: you answered the question 'Even after reboot' which referred to AA remaining in memory with "yes". Let's get back to the start, and try to solve the problem. I don't know if it helps, but my son says he solved "something" with sound and AA by making himself member of the 'audio' group.
    If you kill the app, does sound work again? If so, does sound still not work after a reboot? Which app is it exactly you're killing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    If you kill the app, does sound work again?
    Yes. After killing the app sound resumes.
    Which app is it exactly you're killing?
    File armyops-bin which takes 300MB of memory and is in state futex_wait_queue_me as reported by system monitor.

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