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16  Assistance / Software / Preloading a library only for apps that need it? on: December 30, 2008, 22:04:57 PM
I'm trying to get Wine working properly, and unfortunately PulseAudio, which I thought would help me, is causing problems. Wine crashes on playing any sound with the ALSA driver selected (using ALSA through PulseAudio), and locks up my sound card completely with OSS, preventing anything else from playing sound. So I tried preloading libpulsedsp, with the below line in /etc/profile:

export LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libpulsedsp.so${LD_PRELOAD:+:$LD_PRELOAD}

This, however, caused kdeinit to fail, preventing parts of KDE from starting.

I'd like to get this working, without ditching Pulse and without starting wine from the CLI with padsp every time. Is it possible to make my system preload libpulsedsp.so *only* for applications that use OSS, so that things like kdeinit aren't affected? How would I do it, if so?
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