On 06/06/2011 12:39 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
System - Preferences - Startup Applications and then disable everything
for your music production account. Also try disabling as many system
services as possible which you don't need. I use sysv-rc-conf for this.
And maybe my (draft) paper of the workshop I did at LAC2011 on
configuring your system might be of help:
> Hm? Perhaps you could help somebody from the Ubuntu Studio users mailing
No thanks. That somebody could try contacting me on IRC though, I'm in
>> Regarding your mouse, are you so attached to that good old Microsoft
Create a file called client.conf in the .pulse directory of your home
folder with a single line in it:
autospawn = no
Then killing PA with pulseaudio -k should be enough to get rid of PA. Of
course you could disable PA alltogether by uninstalling it but out of
the top of my head this seems simpler than it actually is. This works
for Unutbu 10.04, I've never worked with 10.10 or 11.04 so not sure if
PulseAudio still looks for this specific file and respects its content.
> I need to go to the supermarket today, to buy something to eat, I could
A decent Logitech optical USB mouse should be less than €10,- Not sure
if they sell those at the supermarket though :)
> Dunno, is the Trekker mouse a Microsoft mouse?
Based on the search results I would assume so.
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