PipeWire nightly builds from the projects git master. Use at your own risk.
Add the repository by executing
sudo dnf copr enable mfrey/pipewire-nightly.
Then either update your installed packages if PipeWire is already installed or install PipeWire.
Use PipeWire instead of PulseAudio
Install required packages
pulseaudio as drop-in replacement:
sudo dnf install --best --allowerasing pipewire-pulseaudio
If there is a dependency error (e.g. with gnome-shell), PulseAudio may be uninstalled using RPM:
sudo rpm -e --nodeps pulseaudio
Enable the PipeWire replacement (run as user):
systemctl --user enable pipewire-pulse.socket
Reboot and validate
Reboot the system and check the output of
pactl info. It should show
pipewire-0 as server string.
Use PipeWire instead of JACK
jack-audio-connection-kit as drop-in replacement:
sudo dnf install --best --allowerasing pipewire-jack-audio-connection-kit
If there is a dependency issue with uninstalling JACK, it may be uninstalled using RPM:
sudo rpm -e --nodeps jack-audio-connection-kit
Enabling Bluetooth support
As of 0.3.16 the
bluez5 module (necessary for Bluetooth audio playback) is disabled by default to not conflict with PulseAudio.
To enable this module, append
-e bluez5 to the last line of
/etc/pipewire/pipewire.conf, which is starting
the session manager.
The following unofficial repositories are provided as-is by owner of this project. Contact the owner directly for bugs or issues (IE: not bugzilla).
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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/cgoncalves/pipewire-nightly/