jarno.ilari.suni at gmail.com
Fri Jul 5 13:33:48 UTC 2013
I think it would be better to add the info in some other web page that is
about tweaking existing Ubuntu Studio installation, not to the page that is
about tweaking on standard Ubuntu installation. Anyway, the config file
issue applies, but I still don't know if the change is done in 12.10 or
only in 13.04.
2013/7/5 ttoine <ttoine at ttoine.net>
> Thanks for the feedback. Maybe you can add a small subsection about 13.04
> on the wiki page ?
> Antoine THOMAS
> Tél: 0663137906
> 2013/7/5 Jarno Suni <jarno.ilari.suni at gmail.com>
>> I heard cracking of audio at certain times when playing back a movie
>> using xine in Ubuntu Studio 13.04. I disabled pulseaudio and cracking was
>> gone. Also, when i muted some tracks in alsamixer, some other tracks were
>> muted, too. That also happened only when pulseaudioa was running. I guess
>> I don't need pulseaudio. I looked instructions on disabling pulseaudio from
>> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudioPreparation#Disabling_PulseAudiothat is meant for Ubuntu 12.04.
>> Just did it little bit differently:
>> echo "autospawn = no" > ~/.config/pulse/client.conf
>> as there is no more ~/.pulse directory. (When did that change?)
>> On Settings > Settings Manager > Session and Startup at Application
>> Autostart I removed the tick in front of PulseAudio Sound System.
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