moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

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moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

Postby kantacki » 2018-08-27 19:43

Hi,

I have stupid question: why is in Stable version of Debian Alpha version of moc 2.6

Does anyone of you try to set up this option in ~/.moc/config?

ALSADevice = "hw:1,0"

And how can I play sound using moc on second sound card in 2.6 version?
On recompiled from source moc 2.5 this works fine.

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Re: moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

Postby debiman » 2018-08-28 06:28

kantacki wrote:I have stupid question: why is in Stable version of Debian Alpha version of moc 2.6
that's weird. on my debian stretch it's:
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moc/stable 1:2.6.0~svn-r2935-1 i386


Does anyone of you try to set up this option in ~/.moc/config?
ALSADevice = "hw:1,0"

And how can I play sound using moc on second sound card in 2.6 version?
On recompiled from source moc 2.5 this works fine.

all i can tell you is what my config has to say:
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# ALSA output settings.  If you need to dump the audio produced by MOC
# to a file for diagnostic purposes, the following setting of 'ALSADevice'
# should do that:
#
#    ALSADevice=tee:hw,'/tmp/out.wav',wav
#
#ALSADevice = default
#ALSAMixer1 = PCM
#ALSAMixer2 = Master

also keep in mind that you have to kill mocp before changes get effective.
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Re: moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

Postby kantacki » 2018-08-28 06:39

Did you try to execute mocp --version?
From this page https://moc.daper.net/download I can see that 2.6 line is Alpha, stable is 2.5.

Is this option which I mention working for you?
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Re: moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

Postby kantacki » 2018-08-28 06:50

mocp --version

This is : Music On Console
Version : 2.6-alpha3
Built : Nov 27 2016 10:55:04
Compiled with : OSS ALSA JACK DEBUG Network streams resample
Running on : Linux 4.9.0-3-686-pae i686
Author : Damian Pietras
Homepage : http://moc.daper.net/
E-Mail : mocmaint@daper.net
Copyright : (C) 2003-2016 Damian Pietras and others
License : GNU General Public License, version 2 or later
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Re: moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

Postby debiman » 2018-08-28 17:38

i have only one soundcard so there's nothing to test.

moc is not installed on my debian machine, so i cannot issue that command.
on my archlinux desktop it is, surprisingly, at 2.5.2 (not beta or alpha or svn).
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Re: moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

Postby kantacki » 2018-08-31 13:42

Another question is: who decides about which version should go to stable Debian?

I heard that creator of Debian is dead.
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Re: moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

Postby None1975 » 2018-08-31 17:06

kantacki wrote:Another question is: who decides about which version should go to stable Debian?

Check this.
OS: Debian 9.5 / WM: Xmonad
Debian Wiki | DontBreakDebian, My config files in github
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Re: moc 2.6 Alpha in Stable Debian

Postby GarryRicketson » 2018-09-01 01:10

No one person makes these decisions, the developers and package maintainers work together , and decide which versions of a package will be used.
The current "leader", is Chris Lamb , see https://www.debian.org/devel/leader
If the OP just did a tiny bit of searches on their own, they would have found:
https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/project-history/ch-leaders
Ian Murdock founded Debian in August 1993 and led it until March 1996.

The founder, or "creator of Debian", Ian Murdock, led Debian until March of 1996, and is not involved with Debian after that,..

But why derail your own topic asking this ? It has nothing to do with the topic you started .
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