[pkg-wine-party] Bug#528264: Bug#528264: Bug#528264: Bug#528264: wine: Support PulseAudio as a sound backend

Guillaume Seren guillaumeseren at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 20:28:40 UTC 2012

On 29/08/2012 14:13, Michael Gilbert wrote:
> Run winecfg, and make sure it is using winealsa.drv; test sound there.
I have check this param, and the driver selected is : winealsa.drv.

>  Try backing up ~/.wine, and starting over to get rid of possibly old
> settings.  
I just try to statrt with a new .wine, and it appends again.

> Make sure your pulseaudio configuration is really set up
> right; run pavucontrol.
The pavucontrol is ok, and seem's well configured,
I really think that pulseaudio, is running, and doing good job,
in pavucontrol, i can control input/output control, with no pain.

>> For the real support of pulseaudio, I search for a patch,
>> but I don't think the support is done in upstream, version of wine.
> Yes, that's been a "work in progress" for a very long time now...
Some patch seem's to exist on the internet,
so I think it should be possible to add support for pulseaudio,
even with a patch, I am also looking in the git tree of the project.

In the end, I do not understand how, my wine configuration,
seem's to not working as expected like others, maybe,
because I am on a Debian SID amd64, and by multiarch support,
I install wine-bin-unstable:i386 and libwine-bin-unstable:i386 ?

Best regards,
Guillaume Seren

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