wejp said:You need to use some sort of mixer application, e.g. alsamixer (which is part of the alsa-utils). With such an application you should be able to select the microphone as the recording input device.
Custom Processing Unlimite said:copy the contents of the SD to another location, format it on another computer and try it again... when all else fails, I save my backup computer for last...
"Install "base-devel" (pacman -S base-devel), because members of this group are not explicitly required by AUR packages which may not build without them".Custom Processing Unlimite said:packages needed before using AUR that are not mentioned or hinted at:
gcc, pkgtools, git, pkg-config, make, cmake.
The Plugapps people now have a page for just that in their wiki. This describes almost exactly what I did. Despite that I also set up a distcc cross-compiler to speed up compiling. This is actually very simple, because the distcc compiler does not need any libraries of the target platform. You just need to make sure it is the same version as the version used in the chroot environment.Custom Processing Unlimite said:hey wejp, do you have any specifics for running your Arch build inside of qemu? would be cool to have an online build box for embedded arch instals.