[pulseaudio-discuss] unable to remove sink or source suspension when switching desktop environment
odror7 at gmail.com
Wed May 27 20:06:28 PDT 2015
I changed the group id of audio in the container arch (92) to match the one
in ubuntu (29).
I put myself in the group audio of the guest container and the host. I
still have the same problem.
Is there any other way to avoid this suspension.
On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 2:42 AM, Tanu Kaskinen <tanuk at iki.fi> wrote:
> On Tue, 2015-05-26 at 19:48 -0700, Oz Dror wrote:
> > I have pulsesaudio running on ubuntu 15.04 desktop on vt7
> > I have a container running arch on vt8 using the PULSE_SERVER on vt7
> > /etc/pulse/default.pa includes the following lines:
> > load-module module-native-protocol-tcp auth-anonymous=1
> > load-module module-native-protocol-tcp auth-ip-acl=127.0.0.1;
> > as soon as I switch form vt7 to vt8 the pulseaudio sinks and sources
> > becomes suspended. If I am switching to any of the terminals tty1-7
> > I have no problem. Even If the container uses that terminal. I get IDLE
> > instead of SUSPENDED.
> > When I apply any of the following commands the suspension does not
> > pactl suspend-source 1 0
> > pactl suspend-source 0
> > pactl suspend-sink 1 0
> > pactl suspend-sink 0
> > There is something in the X11 environment that force
> > this irreversible suspension.
> > I suspect that there is a conflict. I cannot tell where it is coming
> > Possibly from one of the the modules.
> PulseAudio suspends the devices when your user doesn't have access to
> them any more. Your user loses access to the devices when you switch to
> a vt on which your user is not active. These access control changes are
> done by logind.
> I don't know if there's any way to make logind think that your user is
> in active on the container vt. If not, you can work around this problem
> by adding your user to the "audio" group. Then your user will always
> have access to the audio devices. However, if you have other users on
> the system, there will be problems when multiple users are logged in
> simultaneously, because when another user is active, both you and that
> other user have access to the audio devices, but only one can actually
> have the devices open. When both try to open the devices, things will
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