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No Sound in Arch Linux
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I'm running AntergosOS (basically Arch Linux), and everything is running fine, except there's no sound.

I'm using Version 1.4.0. Here's my plug-ins:

GS = GSdx
Sound = SPU2-X

My only other option for sound is SPU2-null.

Here's my configuration for the sound (although I've tried every option):

Interpolation - 1
Yes to Disable Effects Processing
Module - SDL Audio (my only other option is PortAudio)
PortAudio API: ALSA
SDL API: ALSA
Synch Mode: TimeStretch

Latency: 300

I've tried testing this out on a Psychonauts and Kingdom Hearts ISO.

I've tried other emulators (like Dolphin) and the audio works fine. I've checked to see if the audio drivers are fully updated, and they are. Any idea what's going on here?
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#2
Did you try to install the 32 bits lib/driver ?
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#3
(04-10-2016, 10:54 AM)gregory Wrote: Did you try to install the 32 bits lib/driver ?

where can I get that?
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#4
Don't know well your distribution, google asound plugin (pulseaudio too?)
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#5
Oh yeah, those are all updated. I have portaudio, pulseaudio, ALSA, everything. Sound works out of other emulators with similar settings as well, so I don't understand what's going on. It's also a rolling distro, so everything is updated.
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#6
The trick is 32 bits VS 64 bits. PCSX@ is 32 bits not the others program
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#7
@recalcitrant: Try to install lib32-alsa-lib.
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#8
Works for me on Archlinux without pulseaudio (git version) :

Installed packages:


Code:
[kustom@Geo-laptop pcsx2]$ pacman -Qs alsa
local/alsa-firmware 1.0.29-1
  ALSA firmware package
local/alsa-lib 1.1.1-1
  An alternative implementation of Linux sound support
local/alsa-oss 1.0.28-1
  OSS compatibility library
local/alsa-plugins 1.1.1-1
  Extra alsa plugins
local/alsa-tools 1.1.0-2
  Advanced tools for certain sound cards
local/alsa-utils 1.1.1-1
  An alternative implementation of Linux sound support
local/lib32-alsa-lib 1.1.1-1
  An alternative implementation of Linux sound support (32 bit)
local/lib32-alsa-oss 1.0.28-1
  OSS compatibility library (32 bit)
local/lib32-alsa-plugins 1.1.0-1
  Extra alsa plugins (32-bit)
[kustom@Geo-laptop pcsx2]$ pacman -Qs portaudio
local/lib32-portaudio 19_20140130-1
  A free, cross-platform, open source, audio I/O library. (32 bit)
local/portaudio 19_20140130-3
  A free, cross-platform, open source, audio I/O library.


Sound config :
Module: PortAudio
PortAudio API: ALSA
Synchronisation mode: TimeStretch
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#9
Antergos always seems to be missing that one lib needed for sound. I have personally dealt with this too.

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-No-sound-...derivative
OS: Linux Mint 17.2 64 bit (occasional Antergos/Arch user)
(I am no longer a Windows user)
CPU: Intel Pentium G3258
GPU: Nvidia GTX 650 Ti



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