On Tuesday 30 June 2009 23:25:44 Rex Dieter wrote:
On 06/30/2009 03:04 PM, Eli Wapniarski wrote:
> On Tuesday 30 June 2009 20:16:42 Eli Wapniarski wrote:
>>> I disagree. It's important for components to work together.
>> Yes it is. And if you want things to work together then write some kind of
middle example of pulseaudio crippling
Last things first. Not attempting to troll or for people to start attacking each other
really. If that's how this is being interpreted then I apologize. Just expressing
frustration with software.
My first and last comment on this thread, and then I'd like to
to just chill a bit.
FACT: There are a small (gladly) subset of systems, drivers, apps that,
unfortunately, for one reason or another (I'm not assigning blame), that
do not interoperate well with pulseaudio. Note, I am not assigning
blame, and neither should you.
Want to read more?
My experience tells me that most of the "problems" are due to driver
bugs or application bugs, not PA. Does removing PA workaround the
problems? Sometimes, but that's not fixing the inherent issues.
Forgive me but I gotta ask... Are the drivers for the sound card in pulseaudio or the
kernel or somewhere else?
Now, if folks have problems and are genuinely interested in
*constructively* finding solutions, I'm all for that. TOTALLY. But
drawing broad (and trollish) conclusions based on anecdotal evidence,
please well, I don't know what. I'm at a loss. Just makes me sad. I
know we all can do better than that.
I've already filed a bug report with the wine packagers. What else is there to do?
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