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Old 18th July 2012, 11:33 PM
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Pulseaudio module help

Long story short I need pulseaudio module: module-http-protocol-tcp loaded.
I tried editing the default.pa and adding the line module-http-protocol-tcp. When I boot up the computer I have no audio and pulseaudio has failed saying no such module.
I don't know what really to do, the module-http-protocol-tcp.so is in the directory so I would think it should work. I don't see it listed in gconf but I don't know if it should be there? When I let pulseaudio load without the module, then try to use pacmd to load it it doesn't throw off and error, however when I load http://localhost:4714/ (which I read in another post is the way to check if the module is loaded correctly) I get nothing, any ideas?

Sorry everyone I messed up

I needed to have the line read:
load module module-http-protocol-tcp

This post can be deleted if someone would be so kind, Sorry!
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