I built wine from source and i have the sound. I used a unstable libaudio-dev built from source in 64 bit. For 32 one would need a chroot with alocal debian to not affect the system.
--> build libfaudio-dev from source add unstable reposiry rules the the apt sources.list and add this to preferences.d/preferences Package: * Pin: release a=unstable Pin-Priority: -10 sudo apt-src source libfaudio-dev sudo chown -R USER:USER FOLDER sudo apt-get build-dep libfaudio-dev sudo apt-get install devscripts cd in the subfolder of the subfolder debuild -b -uc -us one folder up (cd ..) sudo dpkg -i libfaudio-dev_19.12-1_amd64.deb libfaudio0_19.12-1_amd64.deb On Thu, May 21, 2020 at 9:58 PM Thierry Vilmart <t.vilm...@gmail.com> wrote: > For your info, unless it is a tricky package liek a kernel, you can build > unstable from source and it will be better than a backport. THis is the way > t odo it but yo uare not allowed ot install directly unstable on debian. > > https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=952814 > > On Thu, May 21, 2020 at 9:55 PM Thierry Vilmart <t.vilm...@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> I built wine from source. I and I have the sound working thanks to >> libaudio-dev. >> >> ANd I built libaudio-dev -t unstable from source. It was very simple, >> just build-dep and then the build command from the doc, What I say here is >> only valid for 64 bit. >> >> If one wants to build for 32 bit libaudio-dev, one needs to create a >> local debian in a chroot. >> >> -- >> Med vänliga hälsingar, >> Thierry Vilmart >> >> >> >> >> >> >> > > -- > Med vänliga hälsingar, > Thierry Vilmart > > > > > > > -- Med vänliga hälsingar, Thierry Vilmart