Adrian Knoth wrote:
Hm, for my experiences, testing several distros, pulseaudio is an evil
show stopper and I'm glad that there is 64 Studio, removing pulseaudio,
so that everything is ok for any desktop application, not only for
real-time audio applications. Reading the threads of a lot of people I
guess pulseaudio is a pain, YMMV. Pardon ... I'm quiet now, I don't want
start a flame war or any other annoying thing, lets have fun while
having trouble with pulseaudio.
I'm not a Linux specialist, I'm not able to remove pulseaudio without
breaking dependencies for some distros and it cause a lot of pain, while
for 64 Studio, where it is removed by the people who made this distro,
everything is ok ... but I'm just a stupid user spreading FUD, so simply
ignore my experiences.
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