Pendor wrote:haxxa wrote:Hey Guys,
I've Installed RetroArch - all is great, (after finding out that it needed to be run in console).
However I now have had a big problem finding out how to enable sound, I have tried all I know to my knowledge and have been unsuccessful if anyone can advice how to get sound enabled I would be very appreciative...
Thanks HaxxaJust letting you know, retroarch uses ALSA, and the ALSA driver is kinda new yet and needs some work so you might hear a lot of static and stuff.
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sudo apt-get install alsa-utils sudo modprobe snd_bcm2835
Thanks a lot really helped! - Don't know how to thank you!
Now I've only got two more questions-
1. How can I set portrait mode- will it follow mode set by kernel or is there text that can effect rotation?
2. Alsa Sound is pretty good but is it likely it will ever reach a level in which it is considered better than usable, i.e. decent audio quality?