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TTY-based group scheduling

TTY-based group scheduling

Posted Nov 19, 2010 0:00 UTC (Fri) by drag (subscriber, #31333)
In reply to: TTY-based group scheduling by cyd
Parent article: TTY-based group scheduling

Certainly PulseAudio and proper integration into Gnome is now one of the best things that ever happened for my desktop Audio-wise.

Gone are the days of mucking around with my ~/.asoundrc file. Good riddance to them.

I couldn't imagine going back now.


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TTY-based group scheduling

Posted Nov 19, 2010 0:43 UTC (Fri) by sfeam (subscriber, #2841) [Link]

Interesting to hear that PulseAudio was actually an improvement on the gnome side. I guess it comes down to what state things were in before. I was perfectly happy with audio integration and performance under KDE; then PulseAudio came along and made everything worse. So I greatly sympathize with the comment upthread, since history seems to indicate that Lennart doesn't consider breaking KDE to be a show-stopper.

TTY-based group scheduling

Posted Nov 19, 2010 9:36 UTC (Fri) by marcH (subscriber, #57642) [Link]

> Certainly PulseAudio and proper integration into Gnome is now one of the best things that ever happened for my desktop Audio-wise.

Yeah, but the other question is: how long and how much pain did this require?

When there is always something (different) broken, the dawn of the Linux Desktop is always "tomorrow".


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