[altusmetrum] Linux problems
Bruce E. Harris
bruce_san at verizon.net
Tue Feb 8 03:04:57 MST 2011
Still no sound. I tried pulseaudio kill and disable, even rebooted, no luck.
Yes, Kubutu uses pulseaudio like Ubuntu. The only difference is window
manager, Kubuntu used KDE and Ubuntu used gnome. In fact when I got to
Kubuntu's website for packages or information, often I am redirected to
Everything else seems to work just find, just no sound.
On 02/06/2011 09:58 PM, Keith Packard wrote:
> On Sun, 06 Feb 2011 09:38:52 -0500, "Bruce E. Harris"<bruce_san at verizon.net> wrote:
>> So I got
>> I unpacked and left in my home directory, limited luck, the moved it to
>> ao-list does not work. Sound does not work. I get limited and unreliable
>> connectivity between TeleMetrum and TeleDongle.
> You shouldn't need to move it anywhere; altosui should work in place.
> Sound troubles are likely caused by pulseaudio, which doesn't play well
> with java. The only way I've found to disable this on ubuntu is to make
> the daemon not executable:
> # chmod -x /usr/bin/pulseaudio
> Then kill it
> # killall pulseaudio
> and now it shouldn't be able to restart.
>> I am use to apt-get and installing from source, ./configure, make make
>> install. But this install has me baffled.
> I'd hope you wouldn't need this given the distribution-independent
> package. The java code should work on pretty much any Linux distribution.
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