[OpenIndiana-discuss] Pulseaudio now delivered as 64-bit by default.
angetao at gmail.com
Sat Mar 10 19:25:53 UTC 2018
This morning I tested in liveDVD solaris 11.3 to see the audio support on
the Laptop. There's a big difference. The sound is clear and heavy. Yet the
drivers are the same.
Maybe the sound management under Mate is less efficient.
I did the same test on My desktop with the asus D1 sound card and the
fabulous audiocmi driver and I don't have sound so much under solaris 11.3.
2018-03-10 13:52 GMT-05:00 Aurelien Larcher <aurelien.larcher at gmail.com>:
> Le Samedi 10 mars 2018, Francis.D a écrit :
> > After updating and rebooting, I have a good sound improvement on my
> > Laptop T400.
> > It's not as strong as under Linux in comparaison but there is a good
> > improvement.
> > big thank
> Good to hear!
> With some chipsets it seems that the sound level can be further increased
> since pulseaudio may only use the volume set by OSS as maximum limit.
> The default setting for OSS is 75% of the maximum provided by the
> hardware, so setting the volume control with audioctl may improve the
> > 2018-03-10 10:46 GMT-05:00 Aurélien Larcher <aurelien.larcher at gmail.com
> > > Hi,
> > > Pulseaudio is now delivered as 64-bits in /usr/bin.
> > > As usual Pulseaudio may not able to cope with its own configuration
> > > when version or bitness is changed ...
> > > If Pulseaudio does not start after reboot, you may need to remove the
> > > configuration files in ~/.config/pulse/ ...
> > >
> > > Aurelien
> > >
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