There is a new build with a critical fix for mpv (and others)
xournalpp works for me as well. Can you paste a more complete backtrace somewhere?
It seems like this version removed the ability to change bluetooth audio codec in Gnome settings. Not sure if intentional or bug. I confirmed by downgrading package.
Not intentional. I'll check it out on monday.
This update also needs a wireplumber update to make the openal games work. Will try to update again with the wireplumber fixes later.
There are 2 bugs in this version: Notifications in pavucontrol sound strange and there is a possible infinite loop when destroying proxies with 0.4.8 wireplumber.
The gating failure here seems to be due to a CI failure trying to test the lorax build (it has an error about test environment installation failing). I'll hit the 're-trigger tests' button and see if it sorts that out.
Attempting to add pipewire to buildroot gives me "Nvr : Cannot create a buildroot override if build's test gating status is failed."
Once this update goes stable, the newer pipewire and lorax will both be in the stable updates repo and there will be no need to worry about this issue any more.
I can't seem to push this to stable..
@adamwill I guess I need to add the lorax update in buildroot, then rebuild pipewire and then add pipewire to buildroot, if I want to rebuild wireplumber?
@ojab not sure if it's some local issue or not
This is normal, if you want to install the jack plugin (to work with real jack) you need to uninstall the pipewire-jack emulation. So:
sudo dnf swap pipewire-jack-audio-connection-kit jack-audio-connection-kit
sudo dnf install pipewire-plugin-jack
Can we remove the 0.3.41 version of pipewire, it was buggy, there is a new version 0.3.42 pending now.
aplay -llist the playback device? If not, it might be a kernel driver thing, maybe you need to install the sof-firmware.
Also, try to open a new bugzilla ticket for this, it's an unrelated problem, the error message in the other bugreport is not related to devices missing.