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Just a few questions. 1. There's no reason why these scripts cannot run with 0.9.2 right?
The pulseaudio version available in the fc15 repos is at best troublesome and 13 months old... For me at least, there are only 2 options that can be considered:
1) If pulseaudio isn't needed - remove all pulseaudio packages except the the basic library (the pulseaudio library is used by some apps for audio manipulation even if the pulseaudio daemon for input/output is not used/required)
2) Try a more up-to-date pulseaudio version - I had no choice as the younger members of my family insist on Skyping and this only works reliably with pulseaudio and not alsa. Pulseaudio is still not perfect as it won't release the bindings with the audio streams coming from video grabbers which I would like to record directly in sync with the video signal. Pity the Jack-Audio-Connection-Kit is not an Audio-Video-Connection-Kit.
I have researched the internet but have been unable to find a reliable working solution to record combined video/audio sources - any ideas?
2. what version of jackd are you using - from the repos? or have you compiled your own with DBUS support? (jackdbus only just hit f16 recently and you are using f15)
The 1.9.7-2 version in the fedora 15 repos is dbus enabled ;}
There must be a better/more professional way of doing this - since a2jmidid is dbus capable.As for your question about a2jmidid I just pkill it also.
Another script I use in f16 that I put in my path is this: (the $1 parameter is either start or stop. pre|post in yr examples). I'm a developer so most people won't be using a lot of these services anyway, but you can tailor it for your needs:That's an interesting idea, especially as my laptop is multi-user and I need a solution where the default configuration can be used by everybody but I can "switch" into a special audio configuration as and when required.fedora16:~ $ cat ~/bin/audio_services #!/bin/bashbeesu systemctl $1 nfs-idmap.service nfs-lock.service ksm.service ksmtuned.service abrtd.service cups.socket cups.service sm-client.service sendmail.service ntpd.service mysqld.service httpd.service libvirtd.service crond.service sshd.service smb.serviceif [ $1 == "stop" ] then beesu modprobe -r ath9k else beesu modprobe ath9k; fi
It would be nice if Fedora-music could pick this up a make a nice gui which would allow a normal user to switch an installation into an audio/video optimsed mode and back to an home-office mode.
Cross posting to Fedora-music also as I think this is of keen interest there (apologies)The biggest contribution that the Fedora-music team can make is too persuade the fedora-core team to introduce a rolling update release aka openSUSE Tumbelweed and Linux Mint. The multimedia apps (on linux) are bleeding edge whereby the developers of the most interesting apps are willing to make bug fixes and introduce new features quickly. Unfortunately, these improvements upstream never filter down to the fedora repos mostly because there are too few fedora packagers. A single rolling release with snapshot releases for marketing purposes would meet fedora aims for an actual distribution and significantly reduce the work load.
Happy New Year, Simon _______________________________________________ music mailing list music@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/music
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