Before installing Icecat, I tested same sound source with M.Firefox.
El 22/02/18 a les 09:00, Narcis Garcia ha escrit: > I've tried to reproduce the problem in a > devuan_jessie_1.0.0_amd64_desktop-live session with this installation > procedure*:* > > sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys > B4EFB9F38D8AEBF1 > > RepoFile=/etc/apt/sources.list.d/temporary-icecat.list > > echo "deb http://es.archive.trisquel.info/trisquel belenos-updates main" > | sudo tee $RepoFile > > sudo apt-get update > > sudo apt-get install icecat > > sudo rm $RepoFile > > Had to disable LibreJS to allow opening /jamendo.com/radios/ and *sound > works* for any radio there. > > > El 21/02/18 a les 15:43, Brian Durant ha escrit: >> I just installed IceCat on a new computer with a vanilla Devuan >> minimum i3wm install. IceCat works fine, except that no sound is >> available. I am using Alsa for sound at this point. Please advise as >> to how to get IceCat to work with Alsa. I have confirmed that my sound >> card works, so I know that the problem doesn't lie there. >> >> >> -- >> http://gnuzilla.gnu.org > -- http://gnuzilla.gnu.org