Package Details: hdx-realtime-media-engine 2.9.500-1

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Package Base: hdx-realtime-media-engine
Description: Plug-In for Citrix Receiver to support clear, crisp high-definition audio-video calls, particularly with Microsoft Skype® for Business.
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Licenses: custom
Submitter: killermoehre
Maintainer: dimitry_de
Last Packager: dimitry_de
Votes: 14
Popularity: 0.000086
First Submitted: 2016-04-22 09:27 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-09-05 06:45 (UTC)

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dimitry_de commented on 2022-09-05 06:43 (UTC)

Sorry for the delayed update. It's summer time - also my company uses Teams now and I don't really have a use for this HDX plugin anymore.

I will update it none the less - but I may be delayed. If anyone like to take over feel free to message me/mailing list

starquake commented on 2022-07-21 15:00 (UTC)

Will you be updating this? BTW pkgrel should be set to 1,pkgrel,-The%20release%20number

mbaecker commented on 2022-02-25 06:18 (UTC) (edited on 2022-02-25 06:20 (UTC) by mbaecker)

I have a problem with Skype Calls and this package. On my very default new installation I get no sound output. Sound System is pulseaudio. Wenn the skype call comes in, I see two playbacks in pavucontrol, PulseSoundIoEngine and Alsa (wfica). But there is no audio. I can hear standard Desktop sounds. I test this with the Settings -> audio devices and test call quality. In Skype itself, I see the "Verbindung wird hergestellt", don't know the exact english words for that. It seems to be a connection issue. I switched back to the older Citrix Workspace 21.9 package, but nothing changed. There are some issues mentioned in the output of utils/ The following library is not found: Could this be the problem and how do I install such a old version? Can anybody help me?

joe commented on 2020-10-20 12:14 (UTC)

Thanks for the confirmation! Maybe it would be useful to add pulseaudio as an optional dependency then, describing that it's needed for audio to work properly.

dimitry_de commented on 2020-10-09 20:42 (UTC)

This plugin depends on pulseaudio. It is so by Citrix. The original setup script also checks for pulselib and running pulse audio daemon. You can use ALSA only without HDX

joe commented on 2020-09-28 13:05 (UTC)

To those of you who can successfully use this: do you use pulseaudio or just ALSA?

I'm only using ALSA on my machines and I can't get audio input running (in Skype-for-Business). It does not find a device at all.

Does this really just depend on libpulse or on pulseaudio as a whole? By now, I think it's the latter. I think I was fooled by the Arch Wiki page on Citrix saying "Citrix Receiver uses ALSA. If you use Pulse Audio, install pulseaudio-alsa." That does not seem to be the case for this Plug-In.

commented on 2020-04-08 07:43 (UTC)

did anyone got this working ?

dimitry_de commented on 2019-10-23 15:13 (UTC)

alright. did that. gimme a sec - need to read the docs first for correct maintaining packages

artafinde commented on 2019-10-23 07:00 (UTC) (edited on 2019-10-23 15:50 (UTC) by artafinde)

@dimitry_de you can now adopt it.

dimitry_de commented on 2019-10-02 05:37 (UTC)

that should do the trick ...

but since the maintainer hasn't reacted for so long - i think adoption/takeover is the better solution...