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Old 01-25-2018, 10:01 AM   #1
TheDerf
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Remote desktop and audio passthrough


howdy,

I'm having issues setting up RDP with audio redirection. I think my underlying issue is with my inability to find two .so files:

module-xrdp-sink.so and module-xrdp-source.so

I've attempted to follow the instructions here:
https://github.com/neutrinolabs/xrdp...io-redirection
and here:
https://github.com/neutrinolabs/xrdp...upport-in-xrdp

I'm running Centos7 and attempting to remote from win7. Remote access works fine but no audio.

Pulse audio and xrdp were both installed by default with the install. pulseaudio is version 10.0 The only issue I came accrosse when building it per the instructions in the links was when running the ./configure it out put two warnings

Code:
===== WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING =====
You do not have D-Bus support enabled. It is strongly recommended
that you enable D-Bus support if your platform supports it.
Many parts of PulseAudio use D-Bus, from ConsoleKit interaction
to the Device Reservation Protocol to speak to JACK, Bluetooth
support and even a native control protocol for communicating and
controling the PulseAudio daemon itself.
===== WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING =====


===== WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING =====
You do not have udev support enabled. It is strongly recommended
that you enable udev support if your platform supports it as it is
the primary method used to detect hardware audio devices (on Linux)
and is thus a critical part of PulseAudio on that platform.
===== WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING =====
If I was to run with the flags --enable-udev or dbus it says

Code:
configure: error: *** D-Bus not available or too old version
configure: error: *** UDEV support not found
I barely understand the keyboard i'm using, but I'm not sure how either of those two functions would prevent the creation of the two modules i'm looking for.

Any direction would be appreciated.
 
Old 01-25-2018, 10:29 AM   #2
TheDerf
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NO ONE LOOK AT THIS.....

i'm a dummy. I had only build pulse from source, and after reading the instructions located here: https://github.com/neutrinolabs/xrdp...upport-in-xrdp

I realized that I needed to be building xrdp in order build the required modules. doing that now.
 
  


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