[pulseaudio-discuss] First start by gnome-session doesn't honour default.pa?
gmane at colin.guthr.ie
Wed Sep 29 08:00:40 PDT 2010
'Twas brillig, and Ng Oon-Ee at 29/09/10 15:13 did gyre and gimble:
> Hi all,
> I've enabled the virtual simultaneous output option in paprefs, and also
> the line 'set-default-sink combined' to /etc/pulse/default.pa
> I do not have ~/.pulse/default.pa or any user-specific configuration.
> Whenever I first start Gnome, the simultaneous output is not loaded, and
> thus is not set to default. When I 'killall pulseaudio' the next
> instance works as I expect (simultaneous output exists and is default).
> Could this have something to do with esdcompat? My gnome-media,
> gnome-settings-daemon, and libcanberra are all compiled with pulseaudio
> I could of course workaround this by running killall pulseaudio
> everytime I boot, but that's not exactly optimal =)
I suspect this is something to do with gconf.
paprefs just sets some keys in gconf and it's up to module-gconf to
actually read and process them.
I believe (tho' have not checked) that module-gconf will not wait for
gconf itself to be loaded before being considered "loaded" therefore,
the set-default-sink combined in default.pa may not work, even if the
gconf is available and working.
Out of curiosity, does unloading/reloading just module-gconf make the
simultaneous output appear? (as opposed to killing the whole of the PA
daemon) It's not any more elegant a solution but it does narrow down
where the problem lies :D
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