[PlanetCCRMA] Pd-extended USB audio output on FC12
peter at createdigitalmedia.net
Tue Jan 19 11:49:02 PST 2010
Okay, a couple of confusing things here:
1. Just removing alsa-plugins-pulseaudio doesn't appear to be enough.
Aren't there other packages and configuration files involved? In fact,
isn't GNOME pretty much set to default to pulseaudio?
I may have to go back to some of those routines for removing
pulseaudio from Ubuntu, as I suspect it'd be a similar issue here. Of
course, this is assuming this is a good idea to begin with, as opposed
to just resolving why the daemon isn't shutting down correctly.
2. Is there a reason the asoundconf macro is now missing from alsa-utils?
On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 5:41 PM, Sean Beeson <seanbeeson at gmail.com> wrote:
> You may need to remove some of the pulseaudio plug-ins.
> yum -remove alsa-plugins-pulseaudio
> rpm -e alsa-plugins-pulseaudio
> Those might be the thing making it startup on it's own.
> On 1/16/10, Paul Schmidt <paschmidt57 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the tip.
>> I tried this on my Fedora 12 install, and it doesn't seem to kill
>> pulseaudio. I checked it using the System Monitor program. Maybe it is
>> respawning itself, but it never even disappears from the list of running
>> programs. I even tried the kill option that the System Monitor offers,
>> but no luck.
>>> I think most people would use Jack to do all the audio routing. Before
>>> you start Jack kill PulseAudio with pulseaudio -k under the user you
>>> logged in as first.
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