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Old 03-21-2013, 02:01 PM
Ralf Mardorf
 
Default abandonware 64studio?

GDM is dependent to the gnome-settings-daemon, so you need to build a
dummy package that fakes, that pulseaudio is installed, or you need to
compile gnome-settings-daemon without pulseaudio dependency or, assumed
you'll switch from GNOME to another DE, then you also need to replace
GDM by another display manager.

Ubuntu studio comes with cheap tricks, e.g. you launch QjackCtl, but
QjackCtl is a script that does disable pulseaudio and then starts
qjackctl by another name, so if you have session scripts that kill and
launch apps, you need to rewrite the part that kills qjackctl, because
it's named qjackctl.some_extension. Nowadays it's even possible to use
pulseaudio for audio production environments, assumed you'll get a bad
performance.

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