Sound HDA Intel (Analog Devices AD1981) doesn't work with phonon anymore?
torinthiel at data.pl
Mon Feb 14 23:51:42 GMT 2011
On 02/11/11 03:17, Duncan wrote:
> Torinthiel posted on Thu, 10 Feb 2011 23:33:20 +0100 as excerpted:
>> On 01/29/11 10:12, Johannes Schaub (litb) wrote:
> 1) Try switching phonon backends. phonon-xine was the original and may
> still be the default, but the devs call it legacy, so switching to
> something else is probably wise. phonon-vlc is supposed to be the
> promising new one, altho at the time of the blog (4.4 era, IIRC, so about
> a year ago), it was still somewhat experimental. But it /does/ seem to be
> working well for me. phonon-gstreamer is the third choice, which I've not
> tried as I don't have gstreamer installed, but from the blog, it'd fall
> between the other two. Also, the gstreamer backend would be the most
> likely default for gnome-default systems, since AFAIK it's a gnome-related
> technology (another reason I'm cool to running gstreamer here, as I'm not
> a gnome fan and don't have it on my system either, only gtk+). So try the
> phonon-vlc backend if it's available for you.
phonon-vlc works for me without problems right now. Of course installing
it triggered a whole lot new devices, but now everything seems to be
working. Thanks for advice.
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