PulseAudio is now enabled by default on new Fedora installs
martin.sourada at seznam.cz
Thu Aug 16 21:25:42 UTC 2007
On Thu, 2007-08-16 at 23:09 +0200, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Thu, 16.08.07 22:43, Dennis Jacobfeuerborn (d.jacobfeuerborn at conversis.de) wrote:
> > Lennart Poettering wrote:
> > ...
> > >layers. Please do *not* file any bugs regarding adobe flash. We know
> > >it doesn't work on PA. Flash is completely broken when it comes to
> > >audio it we can neither support it through our ESD compat nor through
> > >our ALSA compat. Due to the closed source nature of Flash we cannot go
> > >and fix their code. I will eventually add some workarounds for
> > >this. But it's low priority on my list, given the closed source nature
> > >of Flash. Oh, and Flash is evil anyway. ;-)
> > ...
> > Does that mean users installing F8 will not be able to use YouTube, etc.?
> > That sounds like a big showstopper for a lot of people out there...
> Last time I looked F8 didn't ship Flash.
> As I mentioned, I am working on some solution that can improve the
> Lennart Poettering Red Hat, Inc.
> lennart [at] poettering [dot] net ICQ# 11060553
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What about swfdec? Did you tried if it works, or have any information
concerning this? I know, it's flash, it's not in Fedora, but it is FOSS
anyway... Also what about apps with xine-lib backend? AFAIK they should
support pulse audio, but I didn't tried it yet...
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