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Top 4 Shell pipewire Projects
PipeWire Guide. Learn about how PipeWire gives your Linux system a Professional Audio/Video Processing workflow.Project mention: Alternatives to MultiPSK? | /r/RTLSDR | 2023-06-05
It is far easier to use a non-Windows operating system and simply direct the IQ data into the application you want, or use a better app which can take data directly from the RSPdx. However, in an RTL-SDR book, I saw a reference to VB-Cable, which is a separate software from VAC. Pipewire is another tool, definitely open-source and free, which should work.
Ubuntu Guide. Learn about getting your Ubuntu Desktop/Server ready for development. Including Ubuntu Security, Graphics (AMD/NVIDIA/Intel ARC), and Software Apps.Project mention: New and lost | /r/linux4noobs | 2023-01-28
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Connect your phone as microphone wirelessly. Supports both PipeWire and PulseAudio.
Runit service scriptsProject mention: Getting Pipewire to Work for You [The KISS Guide] | /r/voidlinux | 2023-06-05
I did some digging and found this repository with some examples for runit scripts, but they needed a little bit of adjusting; specifically they make use of the deprecated pipewire-media-session. After adjusting them, I symlinked them in to my runsvdir and … still nothing! At this point, I almost decided to just go back to the shell script and let it go, but the next day I was picking at the problem again and found that the approach for per-user services as described in the void docs puts your user services into an environment that is isolated from your user session. You can take a look at the env of a process in htop, and if you look at any of your usual user-processes you'll probably see a long list of environment variables, but the user-level runsv process started by the system-level runit only knows about the variables you export in /etc/sv/runsvdir-your-username/run like HOME and USER. This effectively hamstrings services that need to run like other "normal" user processes.
Shell pipewire related posts
Alternatives to MultiPSK?
1 project | /r/RTLSDR | 5 Jun 2023
Nobara Fails at 4.8% Booting From Flash Drive
1 project | /r/NobaraProject | 29 Apr 2023
Create different pipewire outputs for hdmi display port headsets and speakers
1 project | /r/linuxquestions | 22 Apr 2023
how to take input from one sound device and output to another.
1 project | /r/linuxquestions | 9 Apr 2023
RADV_PERFTEST=gpl causing stutters on RX580
1 project | /r/linux_gaming | 24 Feb 2023
Help accessing Markdown File
1 project | /r/github | 22 Dec 2022
What Happened to the Steam Deck guide?
1 project | /r/SteamDeck | 27 Oct 2022
A note from our sponsor - SonarLint
www.sonarlint.org | 28 Sep 2023
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