[pulseaudio-discuss] running pulseaudio on an embedded device with no X as a network sink
doron.behar at gmail.com
Tue Jan 2 23:44:53 UTC 2018
On Thu, Dec 28, 2017 at 11:34:29AM +0200, Doron Behar wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm trying for a while now to run pulseaudio on my Raspberry-Pi 3 and
> I can't get it to work. I posted a question with a lot of details on
> As I said there, I have installed `omxplayer`. It works, proving my
> hardware is totally OK.
> I want to eventually plug my Raspberry-Pi into electricity and to be able
> to add a network sink from a different computer with a command like this
> running on the local machine:
> pacmd load-module module-tunnel-sink server=archpi
> I'm pretty sure that eventually the way to do this involves having an
> enabled systemd service that will run `pulseaudio --daemonize=false
> Here is what I've tried so far:
> I've tried to test this with `sudo pulseaudio --system=true -vv
> --daemonize=false` on a user session.
> I also made sure the file `/etc/pulse/system.pa` on the remote machine has
> the following lines:
> load-module module-native-protocol-tcp auth-ip-acl=127.0.0.1;192.168.14.0/24 auth-anonymous=true
> load-module module-zeroconf-publish
> load-module module-zeroconf-discover
> I'm not totally sure whether the arguments given in the first line are
> good for my purpose so I'll be happy to get some feedback here about it as
> Plus, I'm not totally sure about whether I'm supposed to be able to do it
> using ssh or perhaps it is possible only on a tty when testing it.
> I've tried to test it with ssh, tty and with an attached tmux session
> which was invoked from tty. I haven't successfully could actually hear
> sounds when I tried to play audio files with neither of these options.
> I'm not totally sure how am I supposed to test this. I tried
> `aplay` and `pacmd play-file` and none of them worked, I tried running
> these commands using as before using a separate ssh session, an attached
> tmux session and a pure tty session and no success.
> I also tried to do what is suggested on this post from unix.stackexchange:
> I'm not sure whether I should do it locally or with an attached tmux
> session and testing it in a different tmux windows using `aplay` or
> whether I could do it in an ssh session. I couldn't hear any sound in each
> one of those environments. I tried both `aplay -D pulse` and both `aplay
> -D plughw:0,1`.
> I could really use some help here since I'm getting very frustrated.
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