No audio from Linux to Windows

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    I installed nxserver free 5.0.47 on ArchLinux (lxqt desktop, alsa/pulseaudio sound system) and am connecting from a Windows 10 client with the same version. No sound is streamed. I have enabled debug logging and attached the nxserver.log. The problem seems to start with:

    2015-11-01 18:20:05 181.842  4503 NXNODE   WARNING! Process ‘/bin/pactl load-module module-cli-protocol-unix socket=/usr/NX/var/run/nxdevice/D-1001-7CE711CD9C56564B8C55E1FFA90B26C5/audio/cli.socket’ with pid ‘4812/4812’ finished with exit code 1 after 0,9 seconds.

    2015-11-01 18:20:05 181.931  4503 NXNODE   nxDefaultExitCodeHandler: process with pid 4812 just died with exit code ‘1’.

    2015-11-01 18:20:05 182.046  4503 NXNODE   NXRunCommand: process ‘4812’ exit status was ‘1’

    2015-11-01 18:20:05 182.152  4503 NXNODE   NXRunCommand: process ‘4812’ stderr was ”

    2015-11-01 18:20:05 182.235  4503 NXNODE   NXRunCommand: return: 1

    2015-11-01 18:20:05 182.394  4503 NXNODE   Error while launching ‘/bin/pactl load-module module-cli-protocol-unix socket=/usr/NX/var/run/nxdevice/D-1001-7CE711CD9C56564B8C55E1FFA90B26C5/audio/cli.socket’ command.

    I can’t find any problems with pulseaudio itself. Please help.



    to help you, we need more information.

    Please reproduce the issue on server side under NoMachine and pulseaudio debug level.

    To do this go to:

    and change variable:
    SessionLogLevel to 8

    In pulseaudio, change the following in /etc/pulse/daemon.conf:

    Logs from pulseaudio will go to /var/log/syslog

    Then restart nxserver, start a new session and collect all logs from nx and
    pulseaudio and put them on forum.

    To retrieve the NoMachine logs, see this guideline:

    How to gather debug logs for Support requests

    Send to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com.

    Additionally, please collect also all results from these two commands and put them too:
    pulseaudio -v –log-target=stderr

    >>> list-sinks

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