I assume you mean snd_ctl_open. Here is a little example reference on
how some C++ classes do it :
There are also a swathe of other classes for playback, capture, the
mixer, etc ...
In your particular situation here, I would find
libasound_module_conf_pulse.so on your system and then try to work out
why alsa isn't finding it ... some people will symlink it to where alsa
is looking. Other ideas are to reinstall alsa-lib and alsa-utils.
What distro are you using ?
On 7/5/23 09:19, ollie razdow wrote:
I'm a bit of a noob to linux audio programming,
but I'm stuck with
alsa lib and wondering if someone could help.
When I use the function snd_dtl_open I get the error:
Cannot open shared library libasound_module_conf_pulse.so
The library exists in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/alsa-lib/l, but not
/usr/lib/alsa-lib which doesn't exist.
I suppose I could create a symlinked folder, but I'm wondering why
alsa looks in that directory and what I can do get it working correctly?
Thanks for any advice.
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