Re: Sndio don't work in Gentoo

From: <lumaro_at_disroot.org>
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2020 23:48:55 +0000
Hi Peter,

The server, by default, cannot initialize, could you tell me some additional parameters, I already tried starting with -d device, but nothing the same error. I attach an example with mpv.

https://imgur.com/eMKi89Y

By the way, have you considered creating a Telegram group? There are both BSD and Linux users, I think it would be wise and these issues can be solved faster and better.

Thanks, 
Luis.

17 de agosto de 2020 0:02, "Peter Piwowarski" <peterjpiwowarski_at_gmail.com> escribió:

> On Sun, 16 Aug 2020 11:19:41 +0000
> lumaro_at_disroot.org wrote:
> 
>> I have compiled everything with ALSA support, excluding Pulseaudio and Jack, since this one works
>> on top of ALSA, but starting sndiod it just doesn't work. I do not know if someone has managed to
>> run it correctly, or I have to do some additional configuration that is not present in the official
>> documentation. You can see the configuration in this screenshot:
>> https://imgur.com/XS6izPX (https://imgur.com/XS6izPX)
>> Thanks,
>> 
>> Luis.
> 
> What do you mean by "it just doesn't work", exactly? What happens that you don't expect, or doesn't
> happen that you do? Do you see any error messages? What if you invoke sndiod with one or more -d
> options? Do other sndio applications (like aucat) work without sndiod started?
> 
> --
> Peter Piwowarski <peterjpiwowarski_at_gmail.com>
Received on Mon Aug 17 2020 - 01:48:55 CEST

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