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Re: State of sound in Linux not so sorry after all



On 07/01/2009 12:30 AM, Kam Leo wrote:
On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 8:05 PM, john wendel<jwendel10 comcast net>  wrote:
On 06/30/2009 09:23 AM, Kam Leo wrote:

[snip]

I do not mind the "experimental" nature of Fedora. In fact, it is one
of the features that draws me to the distribution. Unfortunately, in
the F11 release the Fedora project team screwed up royally by not
providing or leaving available fallback option(s) for Pulse Audio.  If
Pulse Audio does not work with your hardware there aren't any packaged
tools for you to use to troubleshoot the problem. If you uninstall or
do not install Pulse Audio what packaged alternatives are available?

Alsa works fine here without PulseAudio. You just need to configure your
apps to use the direct Alsa interface instead of the Pulse interface.

Regards,

John

Do you have a modprobe.conf?  What do you use in place of the
pulseaudio volume applet? I have not found an equivalent one for Gnome
panel.


No modprobe.conf. I set the default sound levels with alsamixer, and I use the volume controls in the app I'm using. I don't use any desktop sounds, if that matters to you.

Regards,

John


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