Solved by myself:i removed pulseaudio, pulseaudio-alsa, kmix and veromix. Then i reinstalled and from terminal:rm -rf ~/.pulse*rm -rf /tmp/pulse*So it works all again! Sorry for the topic
I solved the problem. Pulseaudio didn't start due to permission problems: ~\pulse-cookie and ~\.pulse were owned by root. After fixing this permission issue and rebooting the system, pulseaudio started correctly and veromix works fine.
Some years ago i hated pulseaudio but now things have changed. Pulseaudio 1.1 (now in testing) works very well, in my machine at least. I let pulseaudio to take full control of my sound card installing pulseaudio-alsa, I uninstalled kmix and installed veromix plasmoid and my experience is very positive.
Hey,after a complete system update of one of my machines and a following reboot because of a kernel update to 3.11.1 (-2),pulseaudio is not working anymore.Additionally in smplayer the video is running at double or triple speed, when pulse is selected as audio. I have no clue what mplayer is doing.VLC video output runs normally but without sound.When I switch to alsa sound works.
lucke wrote:Did you have pulseaudio-alsa installed? It provides /etc/asound.conf, as noted in the quoted wiki fragment.Yes. I am not sure why I didn't have the configuration file.# sudo pacman -Q pulseaudio-alsa
Hello, everyone,I use Arch Linux for a long time.For these days, i changed to KDE, and started use KMix.Kmix is not very good :-)The biggest problem is Kmix start before pulse, and i needs to restart kmix to adjust pulseaudio configure.My pulseaudio is tuned, but it shouldn't effects that.I searched for some old threads, but these doesn't solve my problem.Anyone helps?Additionally, i mov