[CM] loading libc_s7.so

Kenneth Flak kennethflak at protonmail.com
Thu Jul 8 03:16:04 PDT 2021


I wrote a blog post on transitioning to pipewire on Arch Linux a while ago: https://roosnaflak.com/tech-and-research/transitioning-to-pipewire/. You might find it useful.

In the meanwhile I went back to my old Pulse/Jack setup, as I couldn't quite get the same responsiveness from pipewire, but I found the developer incredibly responsive and committing stuff at a furious pace, so my guess is that pipewire will be a very good alternative to the present ecosystem in a short time. From the user point of view the experience is fantastic. Plug and play, soundcards just hotswapping when you plug them in and out, that sort of stuff... Feels almost like being back on mac, but then with much more extensibility.


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On  8 Jul 2021  11:58, Christos Vagias wrote:
>Hi all,
>That complaint would have to go through
>https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/pipewire/pipewire/-/issues I assume :)
>And perhaps I should check pipewire as well, hope it's better than
>going through the pulse & jack hoops
>On Thu, 8 Jul 2021 at 11:38, <bil at ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
>> Thanks very much!  Now I need to figure out how to register
>> a complaint.  Coffee first...
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