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Jack requires you-- the knowledgeable user-- to configure the server to determine lowest possible processing latency for your machine. (Processing latency is the time it takes the server to move data to/from the client applications and then send/receive the next "chunk" of audio samples outside the system.) Jack will either deliver those chunks of audio ...


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I just managed to configure exactly this thanks to the instructions in the ArchLinux wiki : Set the one sink - HDMI - in pavucontrol/Configuration, and the other - analog output - you specify in default.pa : load-module module-alsa-sink device=hw:0,0 load-module module-combine-sink sink_name=combined set-default-sink combined Maybe you were missing the ...


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I don't know how (or if) this can be directly done via PulseAudio itself, but I do know this can be done via the ALSA control named "Auto-Mute Mode", untoggling this control (with 'alsamixer' for example) should prevent your output from being automatically muted when something is plugged in in the front jack. Changing it this way will work even if your ...


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I think the better option (compared to running Pulseaudio systemwide) is to set a configuration location outside the NFS mount. The Pulseaudio manpage explains two possibilities: If a ~/.pulse/client.conf is not found, the global /etc/pulse/client.conf is used (and other config files in the same directories). To use the global settings, simply delete the ...


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I had a similar issue. The solution was found on Archlinux forum: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=191392 Basically, run cd /var/cache/pacman/pkg sudo pacman -U orc-0.4.22-2-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz which downgrades orc, which is a package used by pulseaudio. It worked for me.


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You have to edit system.pa, not default.pa. When you log in to your RPI and run ps fax you will notice this line: /usr/bin/pulseaudio --system --realtime --log-target=syslog --log-level=1 --disallow-exit --disable-shm --exit-idle-time=-1 The --system is what makes pulseaudio read system.pa instead of default.pa. Also notice, kodi already launches an ...



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