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howtos:multimedia:pulseaudio_non-default [2016/05/02 22:26 (UTC)]
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howtos:multimedia:pulseaudio_non-default [2016/05/02 22:34 (UTC)] (current)
linuxrocks123 take out tip since cmake handles it in the better fake pulseaudio
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 mv libpulse* /usr/lib64 #or /usr/lib if you are on a 32-bit machine mv libpulse* /usr/lib64 #or /usr/lib if you are on a 32-bit machine
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-<note tip> Tip: on a 64 bit machine you could change "​-m32"​ to "​-m64"​ </​note>​ 
  
 Now your pulseaudio-linked programs will find a fake libpulse.so.0 that nevertheless provides all the symbols they expect and everything that can use ALSA will use ALSA just like it used to.  Additionally,​ any program insisting on trying to use the libpulse.so.0 API should theoretically still work as the libpulse.so.0 you have installed is a wrapper to make PulseAudio programs (Skype specifically) work on ALSA-only systems. Now your pulseaudio-linked programs will find a fake libpulse.so.0 that nevertheless provides all the symbols they expect and everything that can use ALSA will use ALSA just like it used to.  Additionally,​ any program insisting on trying to use the libpulse.so.0 API should theoretically still work as the libpulse.so.0 you have installed is a wrapper to make PulseAudio programs (Skype specifically) work on ALSA-only systems.

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