Re: [LAU] Installing Google Voice Chat for Linux on Fedora instead of Debian

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Date: Tuesday, September 7, 2010 - 6:21 pm

On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 10:57 AM, Niels Mayer wrote:

Ugh... I thought I had solved this, as I wasn't seeing the messages
when testing my change. But I just had a phone call and saw the
pulseaudio message again, even with my --disable-sound hack. I also
tried giving the command-line arg directly to the google plugin and
it won't accept this gnome argument (even though the browser does). SO
I'm not sure what I was seeing the first time, and sorry for reporting
on false success.

Is there an environment variable that does the same thing as
--disable-sound so that pulseaudio never gets called within a Gnome
app? Some KDE apps like 'kmix' have a special envvar for this:
KMIX_PULSEAUDIO_DISABLE=1

Any equivalent envvar in the underlying gnome libraries to disable
pulse and go straight to ALSA?

Niels
http://nielsmayer.com
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Re: [LAU] Installing Google Voice Chat for Linux on Fedora i..., Niels Mayer, (Tue Sep 7, 6:21 pm)
Re: [LAU] Installing Google Voice Chat for Linux on Fedora i..., Philipp √úberbacher, (Wed Sep 8, 6:46 pm)
Re: [LAU] Installing Google Voice Chat for Linux on Fedora i..., Philipp √úberbacher, (Thu Sep 9, 10:26 am)