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Firefox drops ALSA; apulse to the rescue

Once again I’m caught between a rock and a stupid place. Mozilla joined Harry Pottering and the eternal september of GNU/Linux, who carries on dead-set on tearing down everything simple and elegant in the userland, replacing it with crude immitations of the beast (MacOS X). 604 kata lagi

Unix

Fixing Linux Audio One Chipset at a Time

Linux audio may be confusing for the uninitiated. As a system that has evolved and spawned at least two independent branches over time it tends to produce results that surprise or irritate the user. 76 kata lagi

Linux Hacks

Fixing Linux Audio One Chipset at a Time

Linux audio may be confusing for the uninitiated. As a system that has evolved and spawned at least two independent branches over time it tends to produce results that surprise or irritate the user. 225 kata lagi

Linux

Raspberry Pi v1.2 B+

I followed, and updated where needed, the instructions from Getting Ready (without the RT audio patch for fun), Audio Looper Setup and confirmed using my Raspberry Pi v1.2 B+ I can run the code. 19 kata lagi

Setup, Configuration, Code links

Finally I am presenting the setup and code for this project. I will be adding another “how it works” page later, but for now, you can get up and running. 26 kata lagi

Code Committed

Initial commit done and pushed to my GitHub site, but I need to create a new summary and explanation of the system first. Then I will draft a “how-to” for setting up the Pi for the code. 142 kata lagi

Sound in Firefox without PulseAudio

  1. Uninstall PulseAudio and install apulse instead.
  2. As root patch Firefox library:
    patchelf --set-rpath /usr/lib/apulse /usr/lib/firefox/libxul.so
  3. In Firefox ‘about:config’ tab insert into ‘security.sandbox.content.write_path_whitelist’ parameter ‘/dev/snd/’ value.
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