[pulseaudio-discuss] Permanently binding an application to a sink?
A. C. Censi
accensi at gmail.com
Sun Nov 9 22:53:27 PST 2008
On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 4:32 PM, Colin Guthrie <gmane at colin.guthr.ie> wrote:
> timo wrote:
> Good good. Wonder why Ubuntu went for system wide? ...
In my standard Intrepid (8.10), there is a system wide pulseaudio loader on
init.d, but the default action is to avoid loading of pulseaudio
system-wide. There is a switch in /etc/default/pulseaudio that disallows
system-wide loading with a very strong warning against it::
# Start the PulseAudio sound server in system mode.
# (enables the pulseaudio init script)
# System mode is not the recommended way to run PulseAudio as it has some
# limitations (such as no shared memory access) and could potentially allow
# users to disconnect or redirect each others audio streams. The
# recommend way to run PulseAudio is as a per-session daemon. For GNOME
# sessions you can install pulseaudio-esound-compat and GNOME will
# automatically start PulseAudio on login (if ESD is enabled in
# System->Preferences->Sound). For other sessions, you can simply start
# PulseAudio with "pulseaudio --daemonize".
# 0 = don't start, 1 = start
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