PulseAudio info needed
cannewilson at googlemail.com
Thu Nov 27 16:38:40 UTC 2008
On Thursday 27 November 2008 16:12:48 Scott Robbins wrote:
> <snicker> Actually, this discussion made me wonder if it's imporved to
> the point where it doesn't break non-standard, e.g., console or fluxbox
> sound, so with a bit of trepidation, I reinstalled
> alsa-pulseaudio-plugins and sound still worked. It got me curious
> enough to try a new fresh install to see what happens if you don't
> boot into Gnome.
When it works it's great - and it does work for some of us. I have no
problems on a 5-year-old F9 workstation, a 3-year-old laptop and a 1-month-old
netbook. Of course satisfied customers don't complain :-)
It's just another thing in linux development that highlights problems that
always existed, but no-one was aware of because that function wasn't used in
the past. At least, that's my understanding.
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