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Re: pulseaudio == disaster ??



John Summerfield wrote:
David A. De Graaf wrote:

    #!/usr/bin/pulseaudio -nF
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The interpreter for this script


    # Create autoload entries for the device drivers
add-autoload-sink output module-alsa-sink device=plughw:0,0 rate=48000 sink_name=output add-autoload-sink output2 module-oss device=/dev/dsp1 record=0 sink_name=output2 add-autoload-sink combined module-combine master=output slaves=output2 sink_name=combined

    < remaining commands snipped >

Clearly, this instruction is not to be taken literally;  the script
contains commands that do not exist in Linux.

Presumably pulseaudio knows how to do those commands.


The purpose of the first line of a shell script is to indentify the interpreter used to run it. I've seen sh, csh, pdksh, perl, python, wish and make used this way, and there's bound to be lots more.

The interpreter implements the language.



I just got my /home directory from F7 attached to this F8 computer so now I am using F8 100% of the time. I have been using the sound card audio and to be certain I can not hear anything sounding like pulseaudio. It sounds just like it did on F7.

   Right now I don't see any problem.



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