How to control the pasuspender script
On Sun, 4 May 2008 19:39:20 +1000
Luke Yelavich <email@example.com> wrote:
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> On Sun, May 04, 2008 at 09:55:44AM EST, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Hardy Heron contains an automatic script that calls pasuspender
> > whenever jack (or maybe just jackcontrol) gets started.
> > It doesn't work completely reliable for me, so sometimes I can still
> > get totem to output audio normally, sometimes not (maybe it uses
> > alsa then).
> > The thing is that I have two soundcards, a pci and an usb, where
> > only the usb is used for jack.
> > I think that I don't need the script, and would like to turn it off.
> > My question is: how?
> The easiest way is to delete /usr/bin/qjackctl and
> move /usr/bin/qjackctl.bin back to /usr/bin/qjackctl. This won't stay
> the same accross updates of the pacage, but hopefully by he time
> intrepid releases, we may have a better solution.
> Hope this helps.
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> Luke Yelavich
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Thanks Luke, it works as expected.
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