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Re: Pulseaudio i386 support in x86_64 is incomplete



Michel Salim wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 3:44 PM, Rex Dieter <rdieter math unl edu> wrote:
>> Michel Salim wrote:
>>
>>  > - Crossover Office (Crossover-handled apps works fine if they preload
>>  > padsp, but this needs both packages above to work. This seems to be
>>  > broken on KDE4 -- not sure how KDE4 and Pulseaudio interacts. Anyone
>>  > from the KDE SIG knows more?)
>>
>>  KDE4 simply autostarts pulseaudio daemon, and uses xine-lib-pulseaudio
>>  plugin (primarily), and alsa->alsa-plugins-pulseaudio for legacy (arts
>>  mostly) access.
>>
>>  So, could you define what "broken on KDE4" means here exactly?
>>
> With the same configuration (telling Crossover to use ESD for sound
> output, and preloading libpulsedsp.so), sound works under GNOME but
> not under KDE4.

Not surprising, could very well be that our manual launch of pulseaudio is
incompatible with PA's esd emulation.

-- Rex


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