pulseaudio-discuss at trk.nickurak.ca
Tue Oct 20 15:16:54 PDT 2009
On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 14:16, Daniel Chen <seven.steps at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 3:20 PM, Jeremy Nickurak
> <pulseaudio-discuss at trk.nickurak.ca> wrote:
> > Maybe the distributions broke it, and have never really fixed it (Ubuntu
> > certainly isn't following the "Perfect Setup" advice, even in karmic
> > Audio goes to pulse if and only if it the app expressly requests a
> > connection to the pulseaudio daemon, which of course causes problems)
> While Ubuntu has done really bad things, Luke and I really don't
> intentionally break anyone's audio. In fact, since Jaunty/9.04, all
> audio in Ubuntu is routed through PulseAudio (in Ubuntu, cf.
> /usr/share/alsa/pulse*). (The bits were there for Intrepid/8.10, but
> the integration arguably was shabby.)
Is this actually the case? I've always modified /etc/asoundrc or ~/.asoundrc
to get applications working as expected, but maybe that's redundant now.
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