[pulseaudio-discuss] PulseAudio on Ubuntu on Hyper-V gen2 VM

Alexander E. Patrakov patrakov at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 02:31:36 PST 2015

22.01.2015 14:51, Tanu Kaskinen wrote:
> On Fri, 2015-01-16 at 17:56 -0800, Ralph Marcelo Kuon Graziano wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am connecting from a Windows 8.1 PC via RDP into a generation 2
>> Hyper-V VM running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
>> I have MATE desktop on the Ubuntu machine and am using XRDP as the
>> server.
>> I found this thread, which leads me to believe that it should work
>> perfectly if I were running Ubuntu on a regular PC.
>> [pulseaudio-discuss] xrdp pulse sink
> The XRDP work was never finished, so there's no XRDP support in
> PulseAudio.
>> PS - I am now studying programming, just finished a refresher in C and
>> am studying Java.  Up to six years ago, worked in the telecom field,
>> in Systems Integration as a Solution Architect for Revenue Chain
>> Management, which was about 30% SW analysis, 20% SW programming, and
>> other duties.  My major was engineering, but I ended up making a
>> career in Systems Integration.  My point being I took some programming
>> classes at my university, and made a career out of it, but never had
>> formal Computer Science training.  I am really interested in moving
>> into professional software development, and would be happy to help out
>> as an opportunity to learn, develop skills, familiarize myself with
>> code that's in use out there, etc.  - I'm not sure I can be of any
>> help, but if so, let me know where to begin.
> So you're volunteering to help with PulseAudio development? Great! Is
> there anything particular that you'd be interested in improving (well,
> at least XRDP support I guess)?
> If you'd just prefer to start with some random simple tasks, I should be
> able to come up with something. Perhaps it would be best if we'd have a
> chat in IRC. My nick is "tanuk", the channel is #pulseaudio at
> freenode.net. I won't be around the during the next weekend (Fri-Sun),
> though, but today or next week would be fine.

Well, I also have some limited-scope tasks. My nick is "patrakov", and I 
usually visit the #pulseaudio channel around 16:00-18:00 GMT.

Alexander E. Patrakov

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