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

Robert Gabriel robert at linux-source.org
Thu Dec 9 12:37:23 PST 2010

OK I get it now, I'm just a brighter idiot now :)
Anyway, xine, at the moment is not build with "pulseaudio" support,
but gstreamer has
but still doesn't work, if I set gstreamer as preferred backend.

On Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 21:28, Colin Guthrie <gmane at colin.guthr.ie> wrote:
> 'Twas brillig, and Robert Gabriel at 09/12/10 20:20 did gyre and gimble:
>> 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:
> Phonon is just a library. It needs a backend to actually do the audio
> decoding. Typical backends include GStreamer, Xine and VLC (only these
> three support PulseAudio and even then Xine is rubbish and not recommended).
> In the screenshot you previously posted you'll notice a "Backend" tab...
> try clicking on it and then having a look.
> This is turning into something that is really not relevant to the PA
> mailing list. If you are able, please come on to IRC and join
> #pulseaudio on Freenode. I'm coling there and I can likely help you
> interactively for the next few hours.
> Cheers
> Col
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