I switched a desktop F33 machine from pulseaudio to pipewire and it seems to
work fine at a quick glance:
$ sudo dnf swap pulseaudio pipewire-pulseaudio --allowerasing
$ systemctl --user enable pipewire pipewire-pulse
Now I have the problem when I re-plug my headphones (old-fashioned headphone
jack) that I don't see the headphones as output device via "pactl list
(neither via pavucontrol, gnome's audio settings, ...).
However the low-level alsa tools can see the headphone jacks (e.g. "alsamixer")
and I can use "aplay" to get sound output one the headphone jacks.
With pulseaudio I had the same situation but
$ pacmd unload-module module-udev-detect && pacmd load-module module-udev-detect
fixed the situation for me (though I saw duplicated sinks via pulseaudio for the
rest of the session).
-> Is there a way to force pipewire to rescan the available sinks? (Ideally
there would be auto-detection of course)
I guess this is more a support question but I assumed that it might be on topic
here as the main goal is to get some testing for pipewire in Fedora :-)