However I don't see any streams in pavucontrol for wine.lThat's because wine does not have support for a pulse driver out of the box, so editing the registry to use a Choosing either Windows 7 or Windows XP may cause your application to use a different audio system, which may have better success. Amarok Amarok is a KDE media player. If there was no plus character in the permission fields, like in this example: crw-rw---- 1 root audio 116, 7 Aug 2 08:57 pcmC0D0p then your distribution belongs to group 1. his comment is here
pasuspender -- audacity
Although, if you are running WineASIO this will be different, but that is only for music production programs. Works like the winetricks mentioned by fossfreedom but this is only for sound in general. Please try a clean wineprefix if that doesn't turn out to be correct.
But you can do it like that with the reg key (use that link) or you can do it from the POL shell, if I am not mistaken. Running winecfg through the terminal gives the following response: “ALSA lib dlmisc.c:254:(snd1_dlobj_cache_get) Cannot open shared library /usr/lib32/alsa-lib/libasound_module_pcm_pulse.so ALSA lib dlmisc.c:254:(snd1_dlobj_cache_get) Cannot open shared library /usr/lib32/alsa-lib/libasound_module_pcm_pulse.so” I’m using a 32bit wine architecture, Skype should be programmed to interface with the ALSA API in a standard way. ... Wine Audio Selected Driver None Lizzi | , last edited by Quote Reply audio15 wine7 solved8 • Posts 5 • Views 1315 • browsing Loading More Posts Reply Reply as topic Log in to reply Facebook
RegisterorLoginAnd I can't open this sound control window while a game is running. Wine Pulseaudio Crackling For older OpenAL, editing ~/.openalrc to look like following seems to work nice: (define devices '(sdl)) Or alternatively (define devices '(alsa)) (define alsa-device "pulse") -- I'm currently working on a native Winealsa is now ( some time before may 4. 2008) fixed, so it uses the alsa device "default" instead of "default:0" (or like numbers), and does not require a volume control So it should be PA.
GNOME Current GNOME versions have support for starting ESD on session startup. Playonlinux No Sound From the “HD Audio Generic” part, it lists “HDMI 0” and “ALC892 Digital”. Logged JayVii Staff Member Posts: 1742 Country: Re: A PlayOnLinux sound problem « Reply #5 on: July 01, 2015, 04:06:11 AM » Yes, pavucontrol is installed (your screenshot). A preferred way of making PulseAudio the driver default is as follows: pcm.default pulse ctl.default pulse This is likely to cause less issues than the configuration block above, especially on systems
I’m using WINE to launch games from Steam. share|improve this answer edited Dec 5 '15 at 22:40 answered Dec 4 '15 at 17:09 VasyaNovikov 1535 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Another way is running gstreamer-properties and Wine No Sound In Game After just changing it to Alsa wine is not using winealsa.drv forever and it solved several issues with it. Wine Disable Sound Might be best for me to defer this issue to someone who might have more experience with this The ARCH WIKI: /https://wiki.archlinux.org/ Modisc | , last edited by Modisc Quote Reply
Maybe?! Because every UNIX is different, Wine can't guess where to find them. But he notes this though: "PulseAudio's module-suspend-idle has a bug when you get PulseAudio to use dmix. see audacity. Playonlinux Alsa
PlayOnLinux on the other hand manages it's wine-versions themselves, so you depend on them not screwing things up. share|improve this answer edited Jan 1 '15 at 4:18 Seth♦ 23.1k1991141 answered Dec 15 '14 at 18:22 Ioannis Iliadis-Ilousis 113 Setting 'Audio' to 'alsa' or to 'oss' is very Wine Wiki Link That is all I could tell you as I am no expert on sound issues with Wine. http://ict4m.org/no-sound/wine-sound-not-working.php They talk about switching versions of Windows: Wine sound issues There is also this older Ubuntu Forums thread.
Also, if I open it before a game is running in PlayOnLinux, the game again has no sound!Again, my normal system Wine has no such problems. No fear. Wine can play them if you tell it where to find PCM .wav files. Winetricks Directmusic Like 0 GiantKitty [Solved] No audio in WINE; device not being used Hello, I’m having some troubles getting any sound to play from WINE.
If you want to use Alsa driver in Wine on a 64-bit system, you will need to install lib32-alsa-lib and lib32-alsa-plugins. Wine-multimedia or one of my packages posted to said AUR page are what you're looking for if you really want to do it anyway. Update: Debian testing/Wheezy: The Debian package 'libsdl1.2debian now (2011-10-01) includes sound drivers for OSS, ALSA, NAS, and pulseaudio. The Xine backend of Phonon should eventually use PulseAudio automatically, but at the time of writing the pulse plugin for Xine is too unreliable, so it's disabled by default.
Wine Wiki Link That is all I could tell you as I am no expert on sound issues with Wine. Since I was looking for someway to manage the audio I found that gstreamer-properties can change the default audio system manager. It will most likely work as intended, as long as your system wine is about the version you wanted to use in POL. share|improve this answer answered Nov 8 '11 at 21:08 Luis Alvarado♦ 110k112407586 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Open a terminal and run regedit.
Please be sure to use only interfaces which support multiple streams. For 1.0-1.1.2, you will need to specify the "polypaudio" driver, while the oldest versions support Esound. A few example: % padsp aumix % padsp sox foo.wav -t ossdsp /dev/dsp % ... Marvin Mallari - Ia32 probably isn't the solution but when I read the addition packages synaptic modifies and installs, a couple of them are for pulse so it is probably those
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