[pulseaudio-discuss] Unable to make pulseaudio work on a Slackware based distribution (Kongoni)

Robert Gabriel robert at linux-source.org
Thu Dec 9 12:20:53 PST 2010

Im not sure what you mean with phonon backend? What exactly can that
be, give me some examples :)
Phonon is build properly for the system where it should be
/usr/{bin,lib,share} and stuff like that:

On Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 21:18, Colin Guthrie <gmane at colin.guthr.ie> wrote:
> 'Twas brillig, and Robert Gabriel at 09/12/10 20:09 did gyre and gimble:
>> OK here it is:
>> Screenshot of phonon: http://mirror.visualserver.org/phonon.png
> OK, so as I'm sure you're already aware from reading the link I
> previously gave you, you do not have proper PulseAudio integration here.
> Something with your build is broken.
> Your System Settings window should look like that shown in the
> screenshots I attached to the link.
>> Output of phonon: http://pastebin.com/Cikqx7QM
> Line 73 is the most interesting
> "PulseSupport(2): Enabled Breakdown: mEnabled: No, s_pulseActive Yes"
> mEnabled is No.
> This basically means that the backend you are using does not support
> PulseAudio.
> What Phonon Backend are you using? If you've not done so already, I'd
> rebuild this backend against your new Phonon build. If you installed
> your own build of phonon into e.g. /usr/local, you must ensure that the
> system installed phonon backend is not being used.
> Col.
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