tirallenta ha scritto:
Mohaa, with ALSA everything works. I removed Gnome and now it works fine. Maybe Pulseaudio doesn't work with my soundcard, and Gnome depends by Pulseaudio.
Likely, the problem is with the way you set PulseAudio. And, from experience I know pulse (and its modules) is not easy to handle. If you really want Gnome, I would have suggested a fresher installation, pre-documented because there's _no_ reason for PulseAudio not to work if the card is up Off-topic
slucky ha scritto:
certo Ã¨ che da quando lo gnomo ha imbarcato questi tools tipo pulse-audio, n-m, policykit ecc....si Ã¨ solo reso piÃ¹ complesso l'uso e l'approccio agli utenti, moltiplicando i problemi e i malfunzionamenti, senza portare effettivi notevoli miglioramenti....IMHO sarebbe buona cosa che gli sviluppatori finalmente si accorgano di questo, comincino a snellire il tutto, lavorando per tornare a un DE piÃ¹ leggero e funzionale....
I half agree on this : Gnome is a kind of Unix badass king
. Not only it's too complicated to package (too modular, patch here and there) but it's a growing pain even for long time users. Seen the issue on #dropline irc channel few hours ago
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<Church> saxa: it's bashing of what gnome has become in terms of needed extra work to build it to work as intended :(
<Church> it's not simple ./configure ; make ; make install for most of gnome stuff .. it's patch this, patch that, revert that patch, work on this patch, customise this, use these patches/customisations for this release aswell, as nothing accepted upstream and so on and on
<saxa> to be honest sometimes I think if really it needs to be so complicated
<saxa> and sooooo many small pieces
<saxa> and why this folk there just doesnt join the whole thing into few big tarballs
<saxa> instead of having so much control which makes our life just harder
Nonetheless,...it's still free