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Re: PulseAudio requesting high priority

On Mon, 11.02.08 11:11, Michel Salim (michel sylvan gmail com) wrote:

> I first noticed this a week or so before Alpha was released: after one
> of the pulseaudio updates, on the next login I was prompted if I want
> to turn on high-priority scheduling for PulseAudio, and that it needs
> super-user authentication.
> After a fresh Alpha install, the same thing happened, both in:
> - new user created using useradd
> - new user created using system-config-users
> Sounds like something that should either be
> 1) enabled by default (perhaps using ConsoleKit), or
> 2) possible to turn off entirely (i.e. "no, I don't need this feature,
> don't ask me again" -- with instruction on how to change this)

The idea is to show this dialog only when rt or high-prio is enabled
in the config file, but you lack the necessary privs. However, due to
some reasons, this doesn't really work as intended, yet.

By default, we will not enable rt, because it is not safe on
multi-user systems.


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