I want to send client microphone to server so that program on server (called quisk) can use for microphone input.
Ubuntu 16.04 on both computers. one an Intel based system, other is Arm64
Both running xpra0.17.2
server start string
xpra start :100 && DISPLAY=:100 pavucontrol && DISPLAY=:100 quiskR
xpra attach ssh:kc7noa@MyAddress:100 --microphone=on
this is the xpra bug repot tool
quiskR is an alias that i setup to run the quisk program
Iv tried using "--microphone=on" on both client and server string ... to get client microphone as a selectable source for quisk.
Quisk version is 4.05
Please post the server log and client output when running with
-d gstreamer, and the output from
quisk input device shown in black box
server output device list
@kc7noa: this is not the information that was requested, see comment:2.
Also, why are you not launching pavucontrol using
If you start child processed yourself, they will not inherit all the environment that is setup by the server.
Best to start an xterm and start your application from there, at least for testing.
Do you want -d gstreamer & xpra _sound_query from client or server ... ill do server first. will be done from a plain ssh with no x forwarding
xpra _sound_query @server
client connect with microphone=on -d gestreamer
Client xpra sound query
starting server with -d gstreamer gives no output
Ill also add .. that using the --microphone=on on client shows up in clients pavucontrol but not server side.
Another Ubuntu-only issue? I don't have time for this... re-scheduling.
Is this still a problem?
Closing as per email response: kc7noa cannot test.
this ticket has been moved to: https://github.com/Xpra-org/xpra/issues/1219