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Date: Friday, August 30, 2013 - 3:29 pm

Hi folks, My main question is, how can I tell pulse audio to use one
card, the same card always, for system sounds?
My goal is to have pulse audio grab control of a particular sound card
on startup. Right now it seems to be random which it will grab. I
have three sound cards in my machine running ubuntu 13.4.
There is an onboard sound chip--which I want pulseaudio to use, a s
ound blaster live-which I'm not using now, and my delta 1010lt which I
have jack configured to use.
At startup, I want pulse audio, and alsa to grab control of the
onboard sound chip for system sounds--which include speech output
because I can't see.

The jack part of it is taken care of. I have a script that loads jack
with the delta.
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