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Update: the above patch to mythtv was committed and is released with the latest mythtv. (Currently 0.21) OpenAL Applications OpenAL Soft, an implementation of OpenAL, supports PulseAudio starting from release 1.8.466 Audacity uses the PortAudio cross-platform Audio API which doesnt support pulseaudio. All rights reserved.KDE Community Forums has no liability for any content or post. XBMC 8.10 uses ALSA and an independant asound.rc which doesnt play well with pulseaudio but have native support for PulseAudio in SVN, which will be released along with XBMC 9.04.

CohenKernel: 4.8.7-pclos1 x86_64 (64 bit); Desktop: KDE 4.14.18; Mobo: ASUSTeK P8Z68-V PRO v: Rev 1.0.1; CPU: Quad core Intel Core i7-3770S (-MCP-) cache: 8 MB; Memory: 8 GB; CPU Speed max: To make pulseaudio work while using wmii, you need to perform some wizardry. Harald Sitter (apachelogger) on 2008-04-12 Changed in amarok: importance: Undecided → Critical status: New → Confirmed Pacho Ramos (pacho) wrote on 2008-04-12: #14 I already told about it above: http://0pointer.de/public/xine-pulse-rework.patch needs Logged "Posterity - a paultry form of eternity" L.

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Re: No sound from amarok « Reply #4 on: April 27, 2014, 01:01:59 PM » Quote from: Denes on April 27, 2014, 11:41:56 AMQuote from: Just17 on April 27, 2014, 11:34:04 Pidgin (and other apps with short event sounds) Pidgin does not currently (end 2009) have direct support for PulseAudio, but works (emits sounds fine) via alsa-emulation. Thank you! Then, for no apparent reason, amarok complains about not being able to initialize device.

Re: No sound from Amarok Hi copasetiq Your suggested workaround of phonon-backend-gstreamer and set Phonon to use that in the Amarok settings worked for me as well I had to restart www/ Software/ PulseAudio/ Documentation/ User/ PerfectSetup Edit Page History Repo Info Home • About • Community • Download • Documentation • Planet The Perfect Setup This page tries to explain what running teeworlds with padsp make the sound go correctly through pulseaudio. Pulseaudio Configuration you should be able to see, on the various tabs of PulseAudio Vol Ctrl, that the indicators are moving as sound is playing, also making sure that none of the tabs

Also I don't have idea howto install xine pulse patch, i tried to search for a package: apt-cache search xine pulse but i didn't find anything. Pulseaudio Ubuntu I tried to leave autodetect for xine engine in amarok with libxine1-gnome installed, but it seems to work with alsa first instead of work with esd. Logged "Posterity - a paultry form of eternity" L. You can also try the following.

For older OpenAL, editing ~/.openalrc to look like following seems to work nice: (define devices '(sdl)) Or alternatively (define devices '(alsa)) (define alsa-device "pulse") -- I'm currently working on a native Pulseaudio Raspberry Pi However, some work has started on the PortAudio cross-platform Audio API, to support PulseAudio KDE KDE 3 uses the artsd sound server by default. Member Posts: 21 Re: No sound from amarok « Reply #13 on: April 28, 2014, 03:26:53 AM » Quote from: Just17 on April 27, 2014, 03:14:05 PMI have that icon thing Member Posts: 21 No sound from amarok « on: April 27, 2014, 10:40:21 AM » Hello,I'm kind of new to linux troubleshooting and I'd like some help understanding how to deal

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Note: for openSUSE 10.3 using xine from packman, I had to use 'pulseaudio' and not 'pulse' in order to get it working. https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/users/2010-May/371956.html To find out which group your distribution belongs to, run ls -l /dev/snd. Debian Sound Not Working Do you want amarok(or KDE?) to forget about it permanently?" I answered "yes". Pulseaudio Linux Member Posts: 21 Re: No sound from amarok « Reply #2 on: April 27, 2014, 11:41:56 AM » Quote from: Just17 on April 27, 2014, 11:34:04 AMWhile playing an audio file

Vorsprung durch Ubuntu! Let's hope the Skype linux developer(s) reprogram Skype soon with this suggestion. (by vatbier) If for some reason you want or need Skype to go through PulseAudio, there is a OSS Also, you cannot pass the audio driver name from the command line, since the plugins calls mplayer directly from the browser. To solve this, add the following lines to your /etc/pulse/daemon.conf default-fragments = 8 default-fragment-size-msec = 5 !TiMidity++ TiMidity++ supports either libao or Esound. Debian Pulseaudio

When Jaunty will be released, much more users may have this bug. A solid ALSA implementation in Skype would address most issues for most users but a pluggable sound API for Skype would be best... ". See this bug report for Wine and this report for PulseAudio. Member Posts: 21 Re: No sound from amarok « Reply #10 on: April 27, 2014, 02:44:18 PM » Quote from: Just17 on April 27, 2014, 02:23:03 PMYou did not say if

This package should be added as a dependency for amarok for people using amarok from inside of gnome. Restart Pulseaudio Arch Nik (nsadaran) wrote on 2009-05-17: #24 Hi There, I had the same issue with Amarok. Thanks.

The script sets up some access cookies and policy-kit things needed for proper sound routing for X11 clients.

Stuff could still be better. You have been warned! For 1.0-1.1.2, you will need to specify the "polypaudio" driver, while the oldest versions support Esound. Pulseaudio Daemon Startup Failed It aims to maintain a small and clean (read hackable and beautiful) codebase.

MPD MPD is the Music Player Daemon. Ali Sattari (corelist) wrote on 2009-05-13: #22 Had the same problem, installed phonon-xine-backend, removed phonon-gstreamer-backend and used Dimitar Krasimirov Boichev config file, it's allright now. the PulseAudio plugin for ALSA. pasuspender -- audacity ESOUND Applications Make sure to load the module-protocol-esound-unix PulseAudio module for optimal support for ESOUND clients.

And someone found a solution to let pulseaudio and skype work together (by making PulseAudio support dmix): [http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=4526841#post4526841] . See also the MPD wiki page on PulseAudio. Changed in amarok: status: Invalid → New KhaaL (khaal) wrote on 2008-03-28: #9 I also have this annoying problem, and unable to choose ESD for xine. To John, well, then you are amongst the happy few not bothered by Pulseaudio.

Alternatively pavucontrol can be used, with the advantage that it maps more closely to the inner workings of PulseAudio. Adv Reply May 8th, 2012 #10 Temjin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Lost Debian User Join Date Jun 2007 Beans 12,370 Re: No sound from Amarok So what i will soon take this box to my tv and try it via hdmi with iec958 off. Create a symlink from /usr/bin/esd to this script: $ ln -sf /usr/local/bin/esdcompat /usr/bin/esd (Make sure to fix the path passed to ln) That's it.

See https://launchpad.net/~diwic/+archive The following is information for versions without the pulseaudio patch: Audacity doesn't support PulseAudio, nor Esound for the moment. The next release will include this module, so PulseAudio will be officially supported by wavbreaker. if not click on the long button and select the correct card.Thank you for the replyI've just checked and the audio card is set correctly.While that is playing can you play Pablo Estigarribia (pablodav) wrote on 2008-04-13: #26 It works for me also!

Reply With Quote 27-Nov-2011,02:32 #2 riabovvv View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Jul 2010 Posts 34 Re: Pulseaudio and Amarok in 12.1 I've reinstalled For the Xine backend, you configure it like the regular Xine (see below), except that the configuration file is $HOME/.gnome2/totem_config. How in the world is anyone expected to know the above? Then simply add a PulseAudio output to your mpd.conf: ...