module-jackdbus-detect in PulseAudio
david.henningsson at canonical.com
Mon Dec 13 10:36:25 GMT 2010
On 2010-12-10 12:30, Antoine Thomas wrote:
> 2010/12/10 David Henningsson <david.henningsson at canonical.com
> <mailto:david.henningsson at canonical.com>>
> Hello Ubuntu Studio and Audio developers,.
> * Anybody against me changing the default of qjackctl in Natty to have
> this checkbox checked?
> Seems good.
> The other open question, where I'm not sure, is about the default, and
> I'd like your opinion on the matter. We have these options:
> 1) We start it by default via the default.pa <http://default.pa>
> startup script.
> 2) We do not start automatically when PulseAudio starts, but add a
> checkbox to the paprefs application that optionally starts this module.
> In Ubuntu Studio, would be good to have it loaded via the startup
> script. not everybody use the paprefs gui.
> For both versions, there is this question as well:
> a) We have autoconnect=true, which means that the PA Jack sink will
> connect to the "system"/soundcard sink of JACK
> b) We have autoconnect=false, which means there will be a PA Jack sink
> but you'll have to connect it to something yourself.
> Is there a way so Jack or Pulse can remember how the PA source and sink
> are patched in jackd ?
module-jackdbus-detect doesn't currently remember it, but I agree it
would be useful. Perhaps someone else here can answer on how that works,
if you need lash/ladish or something else, or if qjackctl will do...?
David Henningsson, Canonical Ltd.
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