No need to remove .pulse in karmic
Andre Nuno Soares
ans at meo.pt
Sat Nov 7 12:54:37 GMT 2009
Com o speech-dispatcher não melhora? Estás a usar o voxen, certo?
Há claramente um problema de buffers no pulseaudio, mas acho que
precisámos de mais info antes de abrir um bug.ho
On Fri, 2009-11-06 at 00:13 -0200, jose vilmar estacio de souza wrote:
> Andre, after change "autospawn = no" to yes the volume control appears.
> However after I restart my machine orca began to speak very very
> quickly, making it impossible to use.
> S José Vilmar Estácio de Souza
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> On 11/05/2009 11:34 PM, Andre Nuno Soares wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > Can anyone else confirm that, in order to have volume control, sound
> > preferences, etc you just need to edit the client.conf file in .pulse
> > and change "autospawn = no" to yes?
> > Removing the .pulse directory seems to just make pulseaudio assume the
> > default option of "autospawn = yes" (see /etc/pulse/client.conf), and in
> > fact you can just remove the client,conf file and leave the rest.
> > Pulse seems to be stopping after gnome starts, because I only see the
> > pulseaudio process if "autospawn" is yes, and this is why there's no
> > volume control (in the panel and totem), the sound preferences hangs
> > waiting for the sound system, etc
> > Am I right, or should I stop sipping the Port wine? ;-)
> > Regards,
> > André
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