Forbid user control over ALSA [disable PolicyKit?]
blue at cmd.nu
Thu Jun 18 23:49:57 UTC 2009
It's the stubbornness in me that wants this done. I don't want to spend any
money / more equipment on it since I know I don't need it.
The mpd output is connected to a large speaker system that fills a special
room with adrenalin pumping music - mixing is out of the question.
Changing the permissions would seem to be the most straight forward solution
in my eyes.
Christian "BC" Svensson
On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 8:00 PM, Brian McKee <brian.mckee at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 5:24 PM, Christian Svensson<blue at cmd.nu> wrote:
> > They should be able to use flash etc, but not with sound.
> > If I allow them to use flash at the moment and they use something that
> produce sound (i.e. youtube) that
> > sound will disrupt the stream from mpd.
> > Exactly that example does not work in real life as my alsa does not have
> mixing, but the general idea applies.
> This isn't solving your problem any, but I'm curious to find out more
> about what you are doing. Can't you just let the audio mix? or if
> not, why not throw another $15 audio card in the machine and send only
> mpd to it? or is there more to this? Seems like a square post round
> hole kinda problem.
> All you need to know about Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty -> gconftool -s --type
> bool /apps/update-notifier/auto_launch false
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