Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1291553
compile the virt-viewer with spice-gtk0.29, libusb-dk-v4, gstreamer1.0,there is no sound from the virtual machine
Last modified: 2015-12-15 17:26:14 EST
Description of problem:
I compile the virt-viewer with spice-gtk0.29, libusb-dk-v4, gstreamer1.0, virt-viewer1.0 on windows platform, when the compile is complete, there is no sound from the virtual machine. If I compile it with spice-gtk0.25, I can hear the sound
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
spice-gtk0.29,libusb-dk-v4, gstreamer1.0,virt-viewer1.0, windows 7
Steps to Reproduce:
1. compile spice-gtk0.29
2. compile libusb-dk-v4
3. compile gstreamer1.0
4. compile virt-viewer1.0
Actual results:no sound
It is not rhel6, changing product.
No info in debug logs?
GStreamer 1.0 support on spice-gtk was introduced in 0.27, so if it works with 0.25 it works with older version of GStreamer.
Without information about your build procedures and options, there isn't much we can do. In case you did everything correctly, the client logs are a must as requested in comment #2.
I also suggest to take a look in the mingw packages from fedora. They are used to provided the official version of virt-viewer.
How are you building the package? Are you using msitools or nsis? Please, provide the version of all packages involved.
spice-gtk-.0.29 depends on gstreamer-1.0, virt-viewer-1.0, OTOH has its nsis/msi file using/depending on gstreamer-0.10.
I would recommend to use the latest version of every package involved (fedora 23 is a good base system for this) and everything should work as expected.
So, I am closing this bug as WONTFIX.
The best way to proceed about your issue is contacting us through our mailing list (http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/virt-tools-list) and/or upstream bugzilla (https://bugs.freedesktop.org/).
Also, when building upstream components, try to use their latest released version.
No need to add the link to this bug report, in case you end up opening a upstream bug.