On Sun, 2007-01-07 at 11:14 -0800, Florin Andrei wrote:
I was about to say "just let the install scripts do the change
background, without asking, and be done with it" but then I remembered
you have to specify the user name(s).
So, yeah, good idea, no doubt. Just make sure to distinguish between
installs being performed via an xterm running in an X session, and a
plain-text session via ssh, or via a local text console - the user will
have to be prompted differently in each case.
If we do it around qjackctl, then we don't have to worry about this,
since we're only talking about GUI console users.
The question is - should qjackctl do the change, or
jack-audio-connection-kit? I can see arguments leaning each way.
Hand-holding for command line users can be counter-productive. Wrapping
qjackctl also solves the problem you describe above.
It would be nice to have this for Fedora 7, but I can't volunteer to
write it any time soon. I just thought I'd write it down while I was
thinking of it, and would be really happy if somebody else had time to