[pulseaudio-discuss] Introduction

Vasili Sviridov vsviridov at exceede.com
Tue Jan 8 12:01:12 PST 2008

I've got quite the similar situation, I was having problems with my 
built-in sound card, (i still do, actually).
So I just opened up Synaptic (ubuntu's yum analog) and installed pretty 
much everything that had "sound" or "audio" in it's name. :)
That didn't help much, but PA stuff stayed there and I got curious about 
it ;)


Alex Malinovich wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-01-08 at 10:40 -0800, Vasili Sviridov wrote:
>> A bit of offtopic...
>> Hehe, usually one figures out if one needs it and then try to gets it to 
>> work, as opposed to: "Oh, sweet, i got it working, now let's see what 
>> the heck it is..." :)
> (Sorry to take us further off-topic :) )
> I think that's an inherent trait for many Linux users. At my last job I
> was well known for always coming up with fantastic solutions... and then
> trying to find problems to apply them to. :)
> And to be honest, when I first started using PA it was kind of on a
> whim. I had heard the name, and as I was currently using ESD and it was
> touted as a drop-in replacement I thought, let's try it. I'll see if I
> like it and then decide whether to go back to ESD or not. Needless to
> say, I never went back. :) And it was only a few weeks AFTER I started
> using it that I realized all of the cool things that I could do with it.
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