[pulseaudio-discuss] pulseaudio on maemo/n800
Kwan Hong Lee
kwan at media.mit.edu
Tue Apr 29 10:54:37 PDT 2008
Do I need PolicyKit?
When I do configure I get the following output
Have X11: yes
Enable OSS: yes
Enable Alsa: yes
Enable Solaris: no
Enable GLib 2.0: yes
Enable GConf: yes
Enable Avahi: no
Enable Jack: no
Enable Async DNS: no
Enable LIRC: no
Enable HAL: yes
Enable BlueZ: yes
Enable TCP Wrappers: no
Enable libsamplerate: yes
Enable PolicyKit: no
System User: pulse
System Group: pulse
Realtime Group: pulse-rt
Access Group: pulse-access
On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 4:53 AM, Colin Guthrie <gmane at colin.guthr.ie> wrote:
> Colin Guthrie wrote:
> > Can you create the folder /tmp/pulse-user yourself? Can you chown and
> > chmod OK on the filesystem? Perhaps it is a FAT filesystem and pulse is
> > failing because the chown/chmod is not working? (not looked at the code
> > for a while so not 100% sure on that one).
> This may be what's happening looking at the code, this function is
> responsible for creating the /tmp/pulse-user folder:
> And this check:
> will return an EACCESS (permission denied I believe) error if it is not
> created in a secure manner.
> Try hacking that check to in your compilation to see if it works for you.
> I guess the code should check not for a Win32 OS but rather a filesystem
> that does not support owners/groups/perms, but that's no doubt a bit
> Hope this is the problem.
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