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jlwallen at monkeypantz.net
Mon Jan 28 20:19:30 UTC 2013
Ralf, thank you for your suggestions. I have to say it's been a huge
disappointment to experience this issue. I know the pusleaudio problems
have been going on for quite some time -- but this particular machine is
the first time I've experienced them.
I thought maybe trying a sound card and disabling the onboard chip. Has
anyone tried that? If so, what card did you try?
> Hi :)
> I'm using Ubuntu Studio 10.04 and Ubuntu 12.10, since Ubuntu Studio
> 12.10 does cause more issues, than Ubuntu 12.10 does. I recommend to
> install Ubuntu Studio 12.04.
> For Ubuntu Studio with Xfce you can remove pulseaudio. If you want to
> get rid of pulseaudio for GNOME 3, than build a dummy package with
> equivs http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/apt-howto/ch-helpers.en.html
> it's easy to do and doesn't cause an issue. You also could build the
> gnome-settings-daemon with pulseaudio disabled, I guess this is the only
> part of GNOME with the hard dependency.
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