Description of problem:
First of all, this is the first time that I report a bug. Maybe this is not the right place to report a bug about Kazam. Please, I ask you to be comprehensive if I made a mistake.
I installed Kazam and no microphone was recognized. I found the solution on the internet. This is caused by a depreciated function in a python script.
- location : /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/kazam/pulseaudio/pulseaudio.py
- FIX : Update the function time.clock() in pulseaudio.py file with
- time.clock() is deprecated from Python V3.3 and removed from Python v3.8
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): Mageia 8
How reproducible: Just install Kazam and run it
Steps to Reproduce:
Thank you for the report, and the fix. The file you mention is actually:
[There is another module of the same name elsewhere:
Assigning this to DavidG, because it seems as if the fix is already in Cauldron:
Fri Feb 19 2021 by daviddavid:
- add debian patch to use time.perf_counter() instead of time.clock() to
fix errors with Python 3.8
(In reply to Lewis Smith from comment #1)
> Thank you for the report, and the fix. The file you mention is actually:
> [There is another module of the same name elsewhere:
> Assigning this to DavidG, because it seems as if the fix is already in
> Fri Feb 19 2021 by daviddavid:
> - add debian patch to use time.perf_counter() instead of time.clock() to
> fix errors with Python 3.8
> * https://bugs.launchpad.net/kazam/+bug/1875530/
That's right, the file is:
Sorry, I forgot to change the file path by copying and pasting it
Fixed with kazam-1.4.5-12.1.mga8 in Core/Updates_testing repo!
Confirmed for me on Asus ZenBook 14
And foudn also this : https://askubuntu.com/questions/1237885/kazam-microphone-unknown
seems the pâtch is the way to go...
Hi!, I confirm that this issue is here still.
I have applicated the solution and now works fine.
I have found solution in: https://cambiatealinux.com/kazam-no-detecta-ni-microfono-ni-altavoces-en-ubuntu-20.04-y-derivados