[System Enablement] New releases: wifi-ap=10 pulseaudio=8.0-3

Simon Fels simon.fels at canonical.com
Wed Jan 4 14:43:20 UTC 2017

On 04.01.2017 15:39, Oliver Grawert wrote:
> hi,
> On Mi, 2017-01-04 at 14:16 +0000, Jamie Bennett wrote:
>>> pulseaudio:
>>> This is the first release of the snap. We currently only support
>>> running
>>> pulseaudio in system mode and with that only support Ubuntu Core
>>> devices.
>>> Installing on classic desktop devices is possible but not yet
>>> supported.
>>> Please note that we require a kernel with ALSA support enabled
>>> which is not
>>> yet the case for all reference devices like the Raspberry Pi 2 or
>>> 3.
>> Is there a reason why we do not have ALSA support enabled for these
>> platforms?
> well, we surely do have the right modules enabled ...
> snd-bcm2835.ko is definitely there in the rpi kernel package ... 
> but snd.ko seems to be compiled in ... i assume this combo wont work,
> my guess would be that either both have to be compiled in or both have
> to be modules ...
> (i'll look into this and talk to paolo about it)


When I looked at it the hardware specific module snd-bcm2835.ko wasn't
automatically loaded and loading it didn't change much (nothing listed
in /proc/asound/cards).


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