Re: using a bluetooth headset

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On Tue, 21 Feb 2012, Clemens Ladisch wrote:

> This file defines a device named "bluetooth".
> I'd guess that Skype has been configure to use that device (if present).
> The other files probably redefine the "default" device.

   Sorry, but that doesn't answer my question:

   Why does Skype see this device (i.e. it is the the list of
   available output devices), and alsamixer does not?

   Actually, that is not related to to .asoundrc files, as even if I
   remove them, I still see in alsamixer all my devices but the
   bluetooth headset.
   I suppose that the main cause is the fact that the headset is
   not listed in /proc/asound/cards, but why, as it is recognized by the
   kernel, and succesfully paired with blueman-mmanager?

-- 
Pierre Frenkiel

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