we're talking about jack support, which is different than just "works well with foobar"
fixme:wave:ALSA_AddCaptureDevice Add support for DSCaptureALSA lib ../../../src/pcm/pcm_mmap.c:369:(snd_pcm_mmap) mmap failed: Invalid argumentfixme:wave:ALSA_AddCaptureDevice Add support for DSCaptureALSA lib ../../../src/pcm/pcm_mmap.c:369:(snd_pcm_mmap) mmap failed: Invalid argument
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libjack0.100.0.so.0 /usr/lib/wine/libjack.so
sudo apt-get install libjack0.100.0-0
Quote from: nbv4 on 20 July, 2007, 12:37:49 AMwe're talking about jack support, which is different than just "works well with foobar"Launch winecfg in a console and check you don't have his message when goingin in the Audio tab:fixme:jack:JACK_drvLoad error loading the jack library libjack.so, please install this library to use jack
nbv4@nbv4:~$ winecfgfixme:wave:ALSA_AddCaptureDevice Add support for DSCapturefixme:mixer:ALSA_MixerInit No master control found, disabling mixer
The audio still goes into a short loop whenever I load a web page in firefox. I'm currently using wine 0.9.41 - there's a new version (0.9.42) out since two days ago, I'm waiting for Ubuntu Feisty packages to show up.
fivre: I once encountered some background whitenoise and resolved it by making the output bitdepth of my foobar match the bitdepth of my wine settings.[Wine settings etc.]
And for something totally different, I recently discovered a nice player for linux called gmusicbrowser.
It can use mpeg321, gstreamer, or mplayer (or even icecast) for output.
And for something totally different, I recently discovered a nice player for linux called gmusicbrowser. It has a customizable interface, supports ID3v2.4 custom tags, supports album art in the playlist, playlists grouped by album (with collapsable headers), and a whole slew of other stuff. The project is not as mature as foobar and it primarily for playback only (no conversion utils that I could find) but you might find it worth a try. I find it quite nice when I'm sick of wrestling with wine.
Is dragging menu toolbars working for anyone here? I can't move or re-order any of them whatever I try, and it's driving me nuts. Maybe I have to make a parallel installation in windows, and move the config file? Thinking of it, I should be able to just run foobar from the linux folder and make any changes I want... hmm... I'll try it and report back.Other than that it seems like it's working flawlessly right away, no sound stuttering or graphical glitches.Using Kubuntu Gutsy tribe 4.
Try loading a web page in Firefox while listening to music on foobar2000. If the sound doesn't go into a loop, I'd really like to know more about your setup (I'm using Ubuntu Gutsy myself).
ProjectM - This component doesn't load, something is missing and I do not know whatQueuemanager - This component doesn't load, something is missing and I do not know what
Edit: Works like a charm! Tried all the settings ("Full" "Standard" "Basic" and "Emulation"), and only "Emulation" worked. Didn't check the "Driver Emulation" check box. Using an ASUS P5K ("Intel HDA" onboard sound) w/ a Core 2 Duo 6450 2.13ghz, 4GB RAM, GeForce 7900 on the latest proprietary driver off nVidia's website. Didn't try messing with buffer lengths, etc, since this seems to work perfectly, so far.