https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=203745

Henry Hu <henry.hu...@gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #35 from Henry Hu <henry.hu...@gmail.com> ---
I tried this on a Logitech UE Mobile Boombox and it works well. To make it
coexist with other devices, I use dsp3 as the device name.
The new device is not automatically detected by pulseaudio. To make it
available for use in firefox, I run

> pacmd load-module /usr/local/lib/pulse-9.0/modules/module-oss.so 
> device=/dev/dsp3

The log message says:

Dec 27 22:45:25 pepsi pulseaudio[62731]: [(null)] oss-util.c: device doesn't
support 44100 Hz, changed to 48000 Hz.
Dec 27 22:45:25 pepsi pulseaudio[62731]: [(null)] source.c: Default and
alternate sample rates are the same.
Dec 27 22:45:25 pepsi pulseaudio[62731]: [(null)] sink.c: Default and alternate
sample rates are the same.
Dec 27 22:45:25 pepsi pulseaudio[62731]: [(null)] oss-util.c: Failed to open
mixer '/dev/dsp3': -^VM-^G件-^HM-^V-^[-^U-^M-^X-^\

Then I can use pavucontrol to switch firefox's output to /dev/dsp3, and now
firefox uses it as sound output.

Thank you for the great work!

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