my pipewire keeps crashing in combination with bluetooth and pulseeffects. Therefore I want to go back to pulseaudio.
As I understand it should be enough to remove/replace
manajaro-pipewire with its dependencies and other pipewire packages like
pipewire-media-session. As replacement I would install
manjaro-pulse. Is there anything else I need to be aware of?
Hey, I have the same problem as well but I’m not able to remove the said packages or install pulseaudio. There are a ton of dependencies and trying to remove those dependencies forces me to remove gdm and a bunch of other essential packages. I’m not sure what to do as well…
Should be as easy as just replacing
sudo pacman -S manjaro-pulse
That should prompt you to replace the package and their dependencies.
manjaro-pipewire package and its dependencies form like a dependency circle.
With exact dependencies on gnome I can’t help you.
This probably won’t help you anymore because you likely have moved on, but I had the same problem and found this thread via search engines. Here’s how I fixed it on my system: Cannot go back from pipewire to PulseAudio - #2 by ishaanbhimwal