Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Logitech Quickcam pro 4000 microphone does not work with gnomeeting-1.2.1

Hi, Damien,

> That's most probably the problem. But why are you using OSS and not ALSA?

  Ha! I want to use ALSA, but gnomemeeting stubbornly selects OSS and does not
allow me to use ALSA. Jouni suggested to modify user preferences for gconf. 
I ran.

$ gconftool-2 --type string --set /apps/gnomemeeting/devices/audio/plugin ALSA

$ gconftool-2 --shutdown
$ gconftool-2 --get /apps/gnomemeeting/devices/audio/plugin
  Looks like, ALSA was selected, right? But when I start gnomemeeting 
in 3 seconds it changes "plugin" to OSS and overwrites my 
$HOME/.gconf/apps/gnomemeeting/devices/audio/%gconf.xml :

$ gconftool-2 --get /apps/gnomemeeting/devices/audio/plugin

  I checked /etc/gconf/ where my gconf preference lived, but I did not
find a place where application preference "OSS" might be stored.

> Then you are using ALSA, and you should be using the ALSA audio plugin,
> not the OSS one. All plugins are available on, or
> in your favorite distribution.

  No I am confused. I installed gnomemeeting from
Do you mean that there is another separate package which should be installed?

  So, I re-formulate the question: how to enable ALSA plugin in GM?


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