The audio drivers in Waldorf suck for me. I have Realtek HD sound on my mobo and it doesn't Alsa on Waldorf. When I had Statler everything was golden. Is there a way to get back to those driver?
You have the same drivers installed, the alsa package
If you remove Pulseaudio, alsa will be left. There are several How To's here and on the web on how to do this
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Ok Thanks. Hopefully that solves the problem.
Oh, Pulseaudio again. Did Statler not use that yet? As a side note, not all audio problems are due to PA, I finally got audio running in Rune for Linux (game) by installing OSS 4 which was not in #! by default.
I used to purge pulseaudio and leave alsa only, as describing step by step here: http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 95#p277995
Hope you satisfy with it!
Here's another guide on removing Pulseaudio. (Note that libpulse-browse0 - listed in incogn1to's script - don't exist in the Debian repos, so you'll need to manually remove that from the purge line.) Also, you'll probably need to manually install gstreamer0.10-alsa, as I mentioned in reply #10 in that thread. Got everything working tickety-bo for me!