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Hi, I'm on a clean Funtoo install and after setting up ALSA i've just tried to play some movies through VLC but it doesn't seem to be able to detect/choose the default output audio device. If i go to Audio -> Audio Device and there i choose the proper audio device then it seems to work fine. Does anyone knows how to fix this issue? This is the emerged VLC version VLC media player 2.2.1 Terry Pratchett (Weatherwax) (revision 2.2.1-0-ga425c42 When i call vlc from console i can see this output, i'm on KDE Plasma 5 [00000000012741f8] core libvlc: Running vlc with the default interface.
I have been struggling to install gnome for a while now. There was a recent bugfix that was fixed a problem with the spidermonkey installation, but now I'm running into problems with pulseaudio. Whenever I try to emerge it, I get the following errors just after compilation starts: Here is the output of the emerge --info '=blah blah blah':
Hi all! I have this wierd issue with my notebook. Sometimes I have just no sound from integrated speakers but headphones work properly. I have checked that they work in Windows so it seems that there may be some configuration problem. Worst thing is I had not found deterministic way to reproduce this behaviour. I have finaly gave in as it occured again. Here is my audio device list: lspci|grep Audio 00:03.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v3/4th Gen Core Processor HD Audio Controller (rev 06) 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 8 Series/C220 Series Chipset High De
Microsoft, are you serious? Hey guys! I recently woke up from my monthly nap and I noticed that skype stopped working because it became pulseaudio dependent! It has no audio and It sees only virtual devices. I'm masking it as I write, but I do not like masking things as a permanent solution... is this it? Did I reached a point when I have to decide between skype <4.3 or pulseaudio? Thanks in advance.