howto play audio here and hear it there
mike.wright at mailinator.com
Thu Sep 3 16:26:32 UTC 2009
>>> Hmm, and for the rest of us that have proper networks, and don't want
>>> to run zeroconf, we can't do networked pulse audio?
> Marko Vojinovic:
>> Forgive my ignorance, but why is running avahi a problem? It was on by
>> default in all Fedora installations that I can remember ever
> One more thing running on a system that's already got far too many
> daemons running.
> Auto-network configuration can bite you on the bum when you start up
> your computer, and it doesn't connect to your own network like it should
> do. e.g. The server was temporarily down, or inaccessible, then other
> things (the rest of your PCs) configure themselves in an incompatible
> way. This is very bad for non-technical users, who think that the
> network is fine, when it's not.
> Quoting from the service itself, pay particular note to the last
> sentence: "This is a daemon which runs on client machines to perform
> Zeroconf service discovery on a network. avahi-daemon must be running
> on systems that use Avahi for service discovery. Avahi-daemon should not
> be running otherwise."
Ahhhhh, thank you, Tim.
I've always had NOZEROCONF=yes in /etc/sysconfig/network but noticed
that in f10 routes for 169.254.0.0/24 on all physical network cards were
created *anyway*. That explains that mystery. Good-bye avahi-daemon.
Sometimes it feels like fedora is becoming windows...
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