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Re: I'd like to get rid of pulseaudio but ...



On Thursday 28 May 2009, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>On 05/28/2009 06:32 PM, Tom Horsley wrote:
>> On Thu, 28 May 2009 09:17:51 -0300
>>
>> Paulo Cavalcanti wrote:
>>> but maybe
>>> some folk just did not realize that yet
>>
>> And just how would they realize how simple all that gibberish
>> actually is? It just comes to them in a flash of insight perhaps?
>> Or maybe the zero documentation has something to do with it :-).
>
>This seems to be a theme you like but PulseAudio has a lot of details in
>its website
>
>http://pulseaudio.org/

And the last time I looked, a bit over a month ago, there was no hint of what 
to do when it chooses its default output channel wrong, and effectively sends 
it all to /dev/null.  I fail to see what use it is when it ignores the choices 
I have setup in my modprobe.conf, and which work for every other audio app we 
have.

>If you have specific questions, join the mailing list and ask or help
>out and write up some documentation.

I tried, the confirmation replay was bounced. Twice.  Same thing with trying 
to join the nut-user list just this week.

>A recent interview
>
>http://jaboutboul.blogspot.com/2009/05/sound-of-fedora-11.
>
>Rahul


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