Sound and F10 release
antonio.montagnani at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 16:39:11 UTC 2008
2008/10/21 Rex Dieter <rdieter at math.unl.edu>:
> Dennis J. wrote:
>> It's obvious that the specific interaction between pulseaudio and alsa is
>> the problem in these cases but if neither of the stakeholders feel
>> particular responsible for addressing the issue then I don't see how this
>> will ever get resolved.
> Personally, I've not seen any dismissing of responsibility, and leveling
> such claims doesn't seem constructive to me.
> I can understand the frustration (ie, "fix it now!"), but fixing such issues
> is often complex, and doing it properly is the only sane way forward. For
> better or worse, that's simply a big job and a lot of work to be done (on
> all sides... testers, triagers, pkg maintainers, upstreams).
> -- Rex
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this bug is not young, and it was already reported in F9, that
probably means that sound system has not been working in Fedora for at
least 3 months...do you know any modern OS where sound system is
bugged and you cant' play music or listen to radio???? or shall we
think that multimedia will be dropped??? let me know ....if you plan a
Release day, sound system is a must...
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