A week ago I was tuning in to the Bad Voltage digital broadcast and chose to uncover it back. I introduced the March fourteenth picture. It is by all accounts more joyful, yet I am battling with getting the gadget to utilize the Jabra as the speaker.
I can tell from the logs that the mouthpiece is working (couldn’t motivate that to happen last time, along these lines, yahoo) however no yield. I’ve attempted basically everything suggested on the intertoobz, including altering the mycroft.conf document and including (and expelling) different .asoundrc records. I’ve additionally disturbed the alsamixer order to ensure the yield is set legitimately and not quieted.
Note that in the event that I run “talk hi” on the CLI, the dulcet tones of Alan Pope get through the speaker fine and dandy. On the off chance that I run “aplay [wav file]” I hear the yield fine and dandy.
/var/log/mycroft $ ls -al
drwxrwxrwx 2 root root 4096 Oct 21 12:12 .
drwxr-xr-x 5 root root 4096 Nov 12 06:25 ..
-rw-r--r-- 1 pi pi 608211 Nov 12 11:18 audio.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 pi pi 29115 Nov 9 10:06 bus.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 pi pi 123634065 Nov 12 11:22 skills.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 pi pi 550784 Nov 12 11:17 voice.log
Hi @alexbach, how did you go getting your voice.log and your audio.log?
The commands I provided previously, which should be run on the Picroft terminal (if you’re in the Mycroft CLI, do Ctrl + C to get out of the terminal), should show whether there are any errors in these log files, and will help us diagnose the issue.
If you contact Support, they will ask exactly the same question …
I had the exact same problem with the Jabra 510 (same as 410 but with bluetooth capability). There appears to be a problem in the raspian-stretch_Picroft_2018_09-12 distribution, because it appears to not have pulseaudio installed in the distribution. I’ve tried to use the wizard and go straight to the command line, but in both cases pulseaudio was not installed (dpkg -l does not show it). The claim on https://mycroft.ai/documentation/picroft/ is that pulseaudio is used, but that is either false or else the build has omitted pulseaudio.
We’re currently in the process of updating the Picroft documentation, and you’re right, the Lightning version of Picroft did not included pulseaudio, however we’ve found that it tends to work a lot better with pulseaudio installed, so we’re currently testing a PR that will include it again.