Re: [LAU] disable pulseaudio

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Date: Saturday, January 14, 2012 - 9:40 pm

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On Saturday 14 January 2012 21:51:16 Atte Andr=C3=A9 Jensen wrote:

Most distros have pulseaudio split up the way it is intended by the authors=
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itself: libpulse which apps use trying to contact the pulse-daemon and=20
pulseaudio containing the daemon itself.
Thus uninstalling the daemon doesn't force removal of the apps using it "ju=
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for sound.

When I say "most" I mean at least debian/ubuntu.

Other than that, the best solution would be to place your own empty,=20
executable bash-script called "pulseaudio" in bin to overwrite the executio=
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and hope that the init-script doesn't have a fixed path. Otherwise you have=
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remove/disable/overwrite the distributions executable after every=20
reinstall/update...

Hope that helps,

Arnold

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[LAU] disable pulseaudio, Atte André Jensen, (Sat Jan 14, 8:52 pm)
Re: [LAU] disable pulseaudio, Arnold Krille, (Sat Jan 14, 9:40 pm)
Re: [LAU] disable pulseaudio, Allan Wind, (Sat Jan 14, 9:01 pm)