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pulseaudio replaced with pipewire

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Luke Smith 2 months ago
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  1. 247
      .config/pipewire/pipewire.conf
  2. 9
      .config/x11/xprofile
  3. 2
      .local/bin/opout

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.config/pipewire/pipewire.conf

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# Daemon config file for PipeWire version "0.3.40" #
#
# Copy and edit this file in /etc/pipewire for system-wide changes
# or in ~/.config/pipewire for local changes.
context.properties = {
## Configure properties in the system.
#library.name.system = support/libspa-support
#context.data-loop.library.name.system = support/libspa-support
#support.dbus = true
#link.max-buffers = 64
link.max-buffers = 16 # version < 3 clients can't handle more
#mem.warn-mlock = false
#mem.allow-mlock = true
#mem.mlock-all = false
#clock.power-of-two-quantum = true
#log.level = 2
#cpu.zero.denormals = true
core.daemon = true # listening for socket connections
core.name = pipewire-0 # core name and socket name
## Properties for the DSP configuration.
#default.clock.rate = 48000
#default.clock.allowed-rates = [ 48000 ]
#default.clock.quantum = 1024
#default.clock.min-quantum = 32
#default.clock.max-quantum = 8192
#default.video.width = 640
#default.video.height = 480
#default.video.rate.num = 25
#default.video.rate.denom = 1
#
# These overrides are only applied when running in a vm.
vm.overrides = {
default.clock.min-quantum = 1024
}
}
context.spa-libs = {
#<factory-name regex> = <library-name>
#
# Used to find spa factory names. It maps an spa factory name
# regular expression to a library name that should contain
# that factory.
#
audio.convert.* = audioconvert/libspa-audioconvert
api.alsa.* = alsa/libspa-alsa
api.v4l2.* = v4l2/libspa-v4l2
api.libcamera.* = libcamera/libspa-libcamera
api.bluez5.* = bluez5/libspa-bluez5
api.vulkan.* = vulkan/libspa-vulkan
api.jack.* = jack/libspa-jack
support.* = support/libspa-support
#videotestsrc = videotestsrc/libspa-videotestsrc
#audiotestsrc = audiotestsrc/libspa-audiotestsrc
}
context.modules = [
#{ name = <module-name>
# [ args = { <key> = <value> ... } ]
# [ flags = [ [ ifexists ] [ nofail ] ]
#}
#
# Loads a module with the given parameters.
# If ifexists is given, the module is ignored when it is not found.
# If nofail is given, module initialization failures are ignored.
#
# Uses RTKit to boost the data thread priority.
{ name = libpipewire-module-rtkit
args = {
#nice.level = -11
#rt.prio = 88
#rt.time.soft = 2000000
#rt.time.hard = 2000000
}
flags = [ ifexists nofail ]
}
# Set thread priorities without using RTKit.
#{ name = libpipewire-module-rt
# args = {
# nice.level = -11
# rt.prio = 88
# rt.time.soft = 2000000
# rt.time.hard = 2000000
# }
# flags = [ ifexists nofail ]
#}
# The native communication protocol.
{ name = libpipewire-module-protocol-native }
# The profile module. Allows application to access profiler
# and performance data. It provides an interface that is used
# by pw-top and pw-profiler.
{ name = libpipewire-module-profiler }
# Allows applications to create metadata objects. It creates
# a factory for Metadata objects.
{ name = libpipewire-module-metadata }
# Creates a factory for making devices that run in the
# context of the PipeWire server.
{ name = libpipewire-module-spa-device-factory }
# Creates a factory for making nodes that run in the
# context of the PipeWire server.
{ name = libpipewire-module-spa-node-factory }
# Allows creating nodes that run in the context of the
# client. Is used by all clients that want to provide
# data to PipeWire.
{ name = libpipewire-module-client-node }
# Allows creating devices that run in the context of the
# client. Is used by the session manager.
{ name = libpipewire-module-client-device }
# The portal module monitors the PID of the portal process
# and tags connections with the same PID as portal
# connections.
{ name = libpipewire-module-portal
flags = [ ifexists nofail ]
}
# The access module can perform access checks and block
# new clients.
{ name = libpipewire-module-access
args = {
# access.allowed to list an array of paths of allowed
# apps.
#access.allowed = [
# /usr/bin/pipewire-media-session
#]
# An array of rejected paths.
#access.rejected = [ ]
# An array of paths with restricted access.
#access.restricted = [ ]
# Anything not in the above lists gets assigned the
# access.force permission.
#access.force = flatpak
}
}
# Makes a factory for wrapping nodes in an adapter with a
# converter and resampler.
{ name = libpipewire-module-adapter }
# Makes a factory for creating links between ports.
{ name = libpipewire-module-link-factory }
# Provides factories to make session manager objects.
{ name = libpipewire-module-session-manager }
]
context.objects = [
#{ factory = <factory-name>
# [ args = { <key> = <value> ... } ]
# [ flags = [ [ nofail ] ]
#}
#
# Creates an object from a PipeWire factory with the given parameters.
# If nofail is given, errors are ignored (and no object is created).
#
#{ factory = spa-node-factory args = { factory.name = videotestsrc node.name = videotestsrc Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Props:patternType = 1 } }
#{ factory = spa-device-factory args = { factory.name = api.jack.device foo=bar } flags = [ nofail ] }
#{ factory = spa-device-factory args = { factory.name = api.alsa.enum.udev } }
#{ factory = spa-node-factory args = { factory.name = api.alsa.seq.bridge node.name = Internal-MIDI-Bridge } }
#{ factory = adapter args = { factory.name = audiotestsrc node.name = my-test } }
#{ factory = spa-node-factory args = { factory.name = api.vulkan.compute.source node.name = my-compute-source } }
# A default dummy driver. This handles nodes marked with the "node.always-driver"
# property when no other driver is currently active. JACK clients need this.
{ factory = spa-node-factory
args = {
factory.name = support.node.driver
node.name = Dummy-Driver
node.group = pipewire.dummy
priority.driver = 20000
}
}
{ factory = spa-node-factory
args = {
factory.name = support.node.driver
node.name = Freewheel-Driver
priority.driver = 19000
node.group = pipewire.freewheel
node.freewheel = true
}
}
# This creates a new Source node. It will have input ports
# that you can link, to provide audio for this source.
#{ factory = adapter
# args = {
# factory.name = support.null-audio-sink
# node.name = "my-mic"
# node.description = "Microphone"
# media.class = "Audio/Source/Virtual"
# audio.position = "FL,FR"
# }
#}
# This creates a single PCM source device for the given
# alsa device path hw:0. You can change source to sink
# to make a sink in the same way.
#{ factory = adapter
# args = {
# factory.name = api.alsa.pcm.source
# node.name = "alsa-source"
# node.description = "PCM Source"
# media.class = "Audio/Source"
# api.alsa.path = "hw:0"
# api.alsa.period-size = 1024
# api.alsa.headroom = 0
# api.alsa.disable-mmap = false
# api.alsa.disable-batch = false
# audio.format = "S16LE"
# audio.rate = 48000
# audio.channels = 2
# audio.position = "FL,FR"
# }
#}
]
context.exec = [
#{ path = <program-name> [ args = "<arguments>" ] }
#
# Execute the given program with arguments.
#
# You can optionally start the session manager here,
# but it is better to start it as a systemd service.
# Run the session manager with -h for options.
#
#{ path = "/usr/bin/pipewire-media-session" args = "" }
#
# You can optionally start the pulseaudio-server here as well
# but it is better to start it as a systemd service.
# It can be interesting to start another daemon here that listens
# on another address with the -a option (eg. -a tcp:4713).
#
#{ path = "/usr/bin/pipewire" args = "-c pipewire-pulse.conf" }
]

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.config/x11/xprofile

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#xrdb ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME:-$HOME/.config}/x11/xresources & xrdbpid=$! # Uncomment to use Xresources colors/settings on startup
remaps & # run the remaps script, switching caps/esc and more; check it for more info
autostart="mpd xcompmgr dunst unclutter"
autostart="mpd xcompmgr dunst unclutter pipewire"
for program in $autostart; do
pidof -s "$program" || setsid -f "$program"
done >/dev/null 2>&1
# This line autostarts an instance of Pulseaudio that does not exit on idle.
# This is "necessary" on Artix due to a current bug between PA and
# Chromium-based browsers where they fail to start PA and use dummy output.
pidof -s runit &&
! pidof -s pulseaudio >/dev/null 2>&1 &&
setsid -f pulseaudio --start --exit-idle-time=-1 >/dev/null 2>&1
# Ensure that xrdb has finished running before moving on to start the WM/DE.
[ -n "$xrdbpid" ] && wait "$xrdbpid"

2
.local/bin/opout

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# usually the pdf of a compiled document. I find this useful especially
# running from vim.
basename="$(echo "${*}" | sed 's/\.[^\/.]*$//')"
basename="${1%.*}"
case "${*}" in
*.tex|*.m[dse]|*.[rR]md|*.mom|*.[0-9]) setsid -f xdg-open "$basename".pdf >/dev/null 2>&1 ;;

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