I'm trying to build chromium with pulseaudio support, but I'm encountering an error when building. Not sure if it's because of the pulseaudio support or if I just can't build chromium on my system.
I installed all the build dependencies listed here and after building for about an hour it...
Firstly, I got sound and video working fine in FreeBSD before upgrading to Gnome-4X versions. As a desperate attempt, I switched to KDE Plasma now and sound, video working fine. But, I would prefer to get Gnome-41 with audio working. So, right now in Gnome-41 - no audio working. I would like...
I have sound working in FreeBSD-12.2. I did an upgrade to FreeBSD-13.0 and since then, no sound. I have Gnome-41 desktop and pulseaudio installed. drm-kmod installed.
The error when I try to play an mp3 file is:
pcm4: chn_write(): pcm4:virtual:dsp4.vp3: play interrupt timeout, channel dead...
Many people are annoyed by PulseAudio.
This attitude seem to fade...
If I recall correctly:
– this 2020 pull request (with patches from FreeBSD) was made, upstream, with the intention of FreeBSD subsequently benefiting from the merge.
If so: are we (downstream) still awaiting the...
This is on FreeBSD-12.1. I installed paprefs (Pulseaudio preferences) and it is crashing with error:
(paprefs:76944): GLib-GIO-ERROR **: 12:19:44.019: Settings schema 'org.freedesktop.pulseaudio.module-group' is not installed
zsh: trace trap (core dumped) paprefs
I searched for...
Setting up obs studio on freebsd
Boot up with the external usb mic plugged in
+ install obs and obs browser plugin
# pkg install obs-studio-25.0.4 obs-qtwebkit-g2018090201_2
+ set the xdg_runtime_directory directory to /tmp/username for pulseaudio
edit your shell config file, replace vi...
obs studio is open source software for video recording and live streaming
Heres how i managed to get my Yeti Blue Snowball mic working with obs studio
1 - Boot up with the external usb mic plugged in
2 - After logging in run dmesg as root to make sure the device is recognised
Like me, you might be struggling a lot with sound, ever since pulseaudio came up. However, there actually is an alternative that sparked out of the OpenBSD community. It's a light weight and just works.
Sadly it isn't what applications use per default, so one is currently forced to use ports...