What is the actual issue? Is it that it complains about the lack of pulse audio or that it doesn’t work.
My installation gives a message: No PulseAudio daemon running, or not running as session daemon.
but the audio works.
To Ankur Sinha you gave feedback. I’m not sure if you really checked my link too? Please following the important text on the bottom to check.
As i remember we installed Pipewire while using F33 in a other Topic right. So i could imagine that you have maybe not copied away your config file before reinstalling alias updgrading.
Audio may not work after upgrade to Fedora 34 if pipewire was previously installed
Some users have reported that pipewire (the default audio framework in Fedora 34) may not work properly on update from older versions due to a configuration file format incompatibility. If you had pipewire installed in Fedora 32 or 33, it may stop working on upgrade to Fedora 34. If this happens to you, we recommend moving all *.conf files out of /etc/pipewire and reinstalling pipewire with sudo dnf reinstall pipewire pipewire-pulseaudio . You will then need to re-apply any customizations you had made to the configuration files.
Yes, so you have same situation as me, i had some issues with sound and could solve them this way. It is a incompatibility with the config files. Copy them away to have a backup if you had a special setting.
Okay, on a whim I removed the official Zoom package (from them) and installed the flatpak via Software. Upon initial launch it complained that “screen sharing” wasn’t enabled for Wayland, but after a quick app restart, boom, audio share works flawlessly.
This isn’t a fix, as the issue with the official package persists, though.