[PlanetCCRMA] fedora 20

Donald Steven t6sn7gt at aim.com
Mon Mar 2 11:43:30 PST 2015

Some cards (my RME HDSP 9632, for example) don't 'like' pulseaudio. I've 
had success doing the following:


1. Remove:


2. If you can, prevent pulseaudio from starting using open 

3. Create a file called client.conf containing the lines:

   autospawn = no
   daemon-binary = /bin/true

and place this file in ~/.pulse

4.  Reboot and, hopefully,  no more pulseaudio.



On 03/02/2015 02:01 PM, Samuel Sieb wrote:
> On 03/02/2015 10:41 AM, elecronicq qcinorcele wrote:
>> i just installed fedora 20 lxde on my laptop, following an install of
>> the planetccrma repository but now i arrived at a point where i don't
>> understand what is going on with my audio setup entrails---is it pulse
>> audio, alsa or jack server that are controlling the thing?
>> thank you in advance
> ALSA is the kernel layer (and a wrapper library).  By default, you will
> be running PulseAudio as the audio system, but if you install Jack, you
> can use that.  It should be able to take over control from PulseAudio
> when it starts up.
> As an aside, why F20?  F21 has been out for a while, F22 is already
> approaching Alpha.
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