pulseaudio

  1. bsduck

    Removing hard dependencies on PulseAudio and splitting ports

    Dear community, Many people are annoyed by PulseAudio. Recent examples: https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/looking-to-setup-a-desktop-environment-that-doesnt-need-pulseaudio.80949/ https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/after-upgrading-no-more-audio-in-firefox.81307/ This attitude seem to fade...
  2. grahamperrin

    apulse – PulseAudio emulation for ALSA

    <https://github.com/i-rinat/apulse#readme> If apulse could be ported to FreeBSD, might there be fewer complaints about PulseAudio? (Hint: this is not an invitation to complain about PulseAudio.)
  3. grahamperrin

    PulseAudio, upstream and down

    If I recall correctly: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/pulseaudio/pulseaudio/-/merge_requests/277 – this 2020 pull request (with patches from FreeBSD) was made, upstream, with the intention of FreeBSD subsequently benefiting from the merge. True? If so: are we (downstream) still awaiting the...
  4. Abraham79

    Solved paprefs (pulseaudio) - core dumped with GLib-GIO-ERROR:Settings schema 'org.freedesktop.pulseaudio.module-group' is not installed

    This is on FreeBSD-12.1. I installed paprefs (Pulseaudio preferences) and it is crashing with error: :~% paprefs (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...
  5. NapoleonWils0n

    obs studio freebsd set up

    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...
  6. NapoleonWils0n

    obs studio, pulseaudio and external usb mic fix

    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 # dmesg 3 -...
  7. T

    Using sndio in place of pulseaudio

    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...
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