Removal of PulseAudio from Ubuntu
shentino at gmail.com
Wed May 12 03:56:06 UTC 2010
I would just like to throw my two cents in and express my own disapproval of
It's clunky and hard to configure, and personally I think it rather tries to
do too much at once, and by so doing is latent.
I would not miss it if it were removed from Ubuntu in favor of something
2010/5/7 Flávio Etrusco <flavio.etrusco at gmail.com>
> On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 9:21 PM, Chris Jones <chrisjones at comcen.com.au>
> > >>Date: Thu, 6 May 2010 20:17:04 -0400
> > >>From: Daniel Chen <seven.steps at gmail.com>
> > >>
> > >>(Grr, Android mail clients)
> > >>
> > >>Have you filed a bug report against the alsa-driver source (or
> > >>binary) package?
> > >>
> > Why on earth would I file a bug for alsa-driver when alsa is the driver
> that is working. Pulse is what I'm having issues with. Perhaps you
> misread/misunderstood my post.
> I had this conversation with Daniel in pvt. Well, with a somewhat
> different words ;-)
> > On May 6, 2010 8:52 PM, "Flávio Etrusco" <flavio.etrusco at gmail.com>
> >> If VLC is working with the ALSA emulation, isn't it more likely a bug
> >> in the VLC plugin for PA?
> > It is no more or less likely. For hardware bugs, you start at the bottom
> of the
> > stack for debugging, not the top. The fact that early requests mode works
> > implies that the buffering semantics are incorrect, which could be the
> > pulse output plugin for vlc *or* the driver.
> Actually, it was a stupid question on my part. VLC is working fine in
> my desktop and notebook so, indeed, it may/must be related to the
> "real" alsa driver.
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