Changing priority of device?
If you are filing this issue with a regular release please try master as it might already be fixed. Also test with PulseAudio because if it doesn't work there it's not going to here either.
Bluetooth Radio, Bluetooth Headset, Desktop Environment, Distribution, Version (Bluez, Kernel, and PipeWire):
- Desktop environment: Gnome
- Distribution: Arch Linux
- Version: 0.3.26
- Kernel version: 5.11.15
Description of Problem:
I've installed pipewire, pipewire-pulse and pipewire-media-session. I have a hardware mixer connected as well as a built-in mono microphone -- this is a system 76 Lemur from 2017. The built-in device has a device and driver priority of 1936 while the hardware mixer has a device and driver priority of 2000. I cannot seem to find any way of actually changing this. Furthermore, the gnome sound settings app does not detect the hardware mixer (or if it does, I can't seem to select it).
pactl list sources only shows the built-in device. I can, however, record on the hardware mixer with
pavucontrol sees the device, as does the majority of utilities I've tried, but others, like
pactl list sources, doesn't.)
I honestly don't know. For all I know it may not be reproduceable -- this is my first time using pipewire.
Steps to Reproduce:
The device is not detected by pactl and related tools (though it is seen by pavucontrol and a Tox client as well as ALSA).
I should be able to both alter the priority of the device to force it to be selected by pipewire and it should be detected by gnome.
Additional Info Eg. Additional Kernel Patches,
pw-dump -N > file (As Attachment Please):pw-dump.log