From: Rui Capela
Right, thanks, I haven't used presets very much, but will maybe set those up.
> if you suspect jackdbus is messing with above settings, try for instance
Oh, great, I didn't realize you could turn off dbus. That's even better -- I found this morning that it's not enough to kill jackdbus (yes, the off list message suggested "killall -9 jackdbus"). I also have to hack ~/.config/jack/conf.xml before starting jack... which is getting to be pretty well insane, so indeed, dbus is way more trouble than it's worth for me.
From: Ralf Mardorf
I stand corrected, then. But, my daily-use setup is working quite well, even with pulse, so the question for me is, is it worth it to "fix" something that is "broken" only because pulse ranks somewhere between bats' intestines and dogs' do's among audio professionals? Maybe not...
Ditching Unity is one of the first things I did after the upgrade, not only because of the CPU-hungry compositing effects but also, I couldn't find anything. "User-friendly" my *** ;-> So now I'm running Gnome Classic (no effects).
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