On Thu, May 23, 2013 5:04 pm, Janina Sajka wrote:
The recommended way of using PA is by session. This allows more options
and I think is more secure. To run system wide, PA has to be started at
boot time. Normally, PA is set up to auto find and grab ports, but the
config files in /etc/pulse have some commented out lines that might give
some ideas on only connecting PA to one audio IF.
I would first look at the online docs available for PA about running it
system wide. Then put on your sysadmin hat and play. There are some man
pages included as well that may help. You are going into places beyond
what I have tried to do. You are likely to find more help on the pulse
audio mailing list than here though.
> Ah, yes. Thanks for pointing these out. Looks like pacmd is the one for
look in /usr/share/pulseaudio/ and subdirectories.
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