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Re: Proposal: stop configuring soundcards through /etc/modprobe.conf



On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 12:53 AM, Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at> wrote:
> Leszek Matok <Lam <at> Lam.pl> writes:
>  > You can't expect users to learn tens of names of daemons that are under the
>  > hood.
>
>  Then you end up with at least 3 different menu entries all called "Volume
>  Control" (pavucontrol, gnome-volume-control, kmix, there's probably more) and
>  no idea which is which.
>
>
>  > The correct entry would be "Volume Control", a program that can control
>  > volume settings of every sound system currently enabled, or present a user
>  > with a list of possible volume control applications (hiding ones that won't
>  > work), eplaining the difference between them and spawning them at will.
>
>  A metaprogram? No thanks!

so, just to be clear, a loader program with loads the best app
(transparent to the user) would be a bad idea?

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