Cant get audio

sudo pacman -R pulseaudio
checking dependencies...
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio' required by plasma-pa
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio' required by pulseaudio-alsa
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio=14.2-3' required by pulseaudio-bluetooth
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio=14.2-3' required by pulseaudio-equalizer
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio' required by pulseaudio-equalizer-ladspa
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio=14.2-3' required by pulseaudio-jack
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio=14.2-3' required by pulseaudio-lirc
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio=14.2-3' required by pulseaudio-rtp
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio' required by pulseaudio-support
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio=14.2-3' required by pulseaudio-zeroconf
:: removing pulseaudio breaks dependency 'pulseaudio' required by replay-sorcery


sudo pacman -R pipewire-pulse
error: target not found: pipewire-pulse

cant get output pls help

You should probably search the forum, pipewire and pulse has been covered many times in the past.

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Why are you doing this?

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If you include terminal outputs in your post please use the proper output format in your post. Using "~" 3 times above and "~" 3 times below the text block will provide a readable, raw look.
I edit your post. :slight_smile:

Read

please
and post

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as text!

Even if you personally think it is unnecessary.

and
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