On 2018-02-22 10:58, Narcis Garcia wrote:
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.

I am using the stand alone IceCat version 52.3.0 (64-bit), downloaded from a GNU repository. I have since I posted last, found a number of posts regarding Alsa support being taken out of Firefox (and I assume IceCat???). Here is what I did to get Alsa to work:

I added this line to my /etc/apt/sources.list:
deb http://auto.mirror.devuan.org/devuan experimental main

then ran

apt-get update
apt-get -t experimental install apulse

Remember to comment out the repository and run apt-get update again after the fact.

As I am running i3wm as my only window manager, I just added "apulse" in front of what I already have in my config file, so it now looks like this:
bindsym $mod+b exec apulse ~/bin/icecat/icecat

Everything works fine so far...

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