Rex Dieter wrote:
Peter Robinson wrote:
>> alsa-ucm contains routing information to setup sound codecs
>> on some machines, usually SoC-based. It contains configuration
>> that's mostly relevant to ARM devices, but also a few Atom (CherryTrail
>> and Broadwell) related SoCs on Intel.
>> Could we install alsa-ucm by default? As it is necessary for PulseAudio
>> to be able to use those devices, should we get it dragged in as a PA
> I think pulling it in by default is fine, it's tiny in size and has no
> extra deps, I'd add it to comps as opposed to a hard dep on pulseaudio
Won't doing only that mean that folks upgrading from fedora => fedora+1
won't get it?
Or dnf's groups-as-objects feature could be fixed to behave like yum did
(mentioning only for completeness, this has previously been marked as a