[pulseaudio-discuss] Flash Video Synchronization
raptorman18 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 2 18:58:09 PDT 2007
By the Way
It was awfully rude of me not to say Thank You in the first place and I
On 6/2/07, Paul Jones <raptorman18 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/1/07, CJ van den Berg <cj at vdbonline.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, May 31, 2007 at 07:21:29PM -0400, Paul Jones wrote:
> > > Yep, I double checked it is all installed already. Every thing with
> > the
> > > name "pulse" is installed. I said I DO HAVE libpulse-simple but I do
> > not
> > > have the following files mentioned at the revolution linux site.
> > >
> > > [from revolution linux]
> > > It first tries to detect PulseAudio by looking for socket files and
> > > environment variables:
> > >
> > > - /tmp/pulse-<USER>/native (I don't have it)
> > This file (socket to be exact) is created when you start pulseaudio
> > under a
> > normal user account.
> > > - /var/lib/run/pulse/native (I don't have it)
> > This path is wrong. It should be /var/run/pulse/native. This is the
> > socket
> > that pulseaudio creates when you run it in system wide daemon mode. (ie.
> > when you start it using the init script)
> > > - PULSE_SERVER / PULSE_BINARY variables (Don't know what their
> > > talking about)
> > You force pulseaudio clients to connect to any pulseaudio daemon you
> > want by
> > setting the PULSE_SERVER environment variable. For example:
> > $ export PULSE_SERVER=my-other-machine.local
> > to connect to a pulseaudio daemon running on the host
> > my-other-machine.local. Or:
> > $ export PULSE_SERVER=unix:/var/run/pulse/native
> > to connect to a pulseaudio daemon running in system wide mode on the
> > local
> > machine.
> > See http://www.pulseaudio.org/wiki/ServerStrings for the full details.
> > FAQ
> > #18 might be of help too.
> > > I seriously do not know what is going wrong. I never had a problem
> > with
> > > pulseaudio before but now after I reinstalled Debian with their latest
> > > Lenny disc I have these problems with synchronization and system
> > sounds.
> > >
> > > I don't know where I screwed up, and I've been able to setup
> > pulseaudio on
> > > other computers. (Before Lenny)
> > PulseAudio usually works fine "out of the box" on Lenny. Maybe your best
> > bet
> > is to purge all the pulse packages and reinstall.
> > --
> > CJ van den Berg
> > mailto:cj at vdbonline.com
> > xmpp:cj at vdbonline.com
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> Well, I tried completely purging and reinstalling every package with the
> name pulse in it instead of just the main pulseaudio package and sure
> enough it worked, all the problems have magically disappeared.
> Its Crazy! It works perfect again! Hell if I know what was wrong.
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