[mythtv-users] export DEBUG_PULSE_AUDIO_ALSA_EMULATION=1 disabled in fedora .23-8 i686?
anothersname at googlemail.com
Mon Mar 7 10:49:40 UTC 2011
mapping to pulse just gives me a buzzing sound instead of proper audio.
mapping to alsa:default gives me sound output but pulseaudio seems to
be getting disabled in that I can't control the volume which I used to
do calling a pulseaudio command line script that increased or
decreased the audio volume from lirc.
I've got it working using the volume controls within myth and mapping
to F11/F10/F9 but can you let me know has
DEBUG_PULSE_AUDio_ALSA_EMULATION=1 been removed from the .23 fixes
Thanks in advance.
On 07/03/2011, Jean-Yves Avenard <jyavenard at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7 March 2011 14:55, Another Sillyname <anothersname at googlemail.com>
>> I've been using export DEBUG_PULSE_AUDIO_ALSA_EMULATION=1 for quite a
>> while to get mythTV to behave properly with Pulseaudio, this has
>> allowed me to output via spdif and also control the volume using my
>> remote. The lirc scripts call a pulseaudio volup or voldown command
>> as appropriate. It's meant I've only had to use one remote to totally
>> control the system.
>> However in rpmfusion fedora build .23-8 for i686 it suddenly seems to
>> have stopped working and indeed checking the logs reports....
>> AudioPulseUtil: Suspend Success
>> AudioPulseUtil: Resume Success
> Then select ALSA:pulse (or whatever ALSA device is mapped to pulse) or
> the native pulseaudio output device.
> And configure pulse to use spdif device by default. You'll get the
> exact same result as you had before.
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