jarno.ilari.suni at gmail.com
Wed Jul 17 12:01:22 UTC 2013
I checked out the section "2. Don’t purge PulseAudio". As for creating a
bug report of the cracking issue mentioned in the original post, I find it
difficult as I have only noticed the issue during playback of one
commercial DVD movie.
As for *Unexpected side effects, *you can use one or more instances of
audio mixer plugins on panel to control audio when using Alsa. I can output
audio by more than one application at a time even when I disable
Pulseaudio. I think I don't have another sound server in use. But yes, I
see side effects like unable to play audio by Totem, which issue I still
haven't been able to resolve, because I could not find a relevant setting
in its (simple) audio preferences.
2013/7/17 David Henningsson <david.henningsson at canonical.com>
> On 07/09/2013 06:06 PM, Mike Holstein wrote:
>> what if we had a pulse audio developer on this list?
> Actually, we do. And I try to fix the more important problems with
> PulseAudio when I have the time to do so. (It's not always easy to know
> which problems are important: which ones only happen to one specific user
> and which ones happen to many, and e g which ones appear to happen to many
> but in fact are 10 different driver fixes instead, and so on.)
> Anyway. The original poster asked when ~/.pulse changed to
> ~/.config/pulse, I think this was with PA 3.0 (or possibly PA 2.0) to
> follow the XDG specification better. That should translate to either 12.10
> or 13.04 in Ubuntu terms.
> Also, with the above in mind, feel free to read my guide on how I think
> one should disable PulseAudio here:
> (see section "2. Don’t purge PulseAudio")
> David Henningsson, Canonical Ltd.
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