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On Wed, 26 Aug 2009 10:03:08 -0700
Jonathan Ryshpan <[email protected]> wrote:

> On Wed, 2009-08-26 at 09:25 +0200, Roberto Ragusa wrote:
> > stan wrote:
> > > If you are using the default Fedora setup, you have your own
> > > version of pulse started when you log in.  I notice that it also
> > > can be started by programs that need its services, and that seems
> > > to be gconf-helper.
> > 
> > Isn't "autospawn" activated by default in /etc/pulse/client.conf?
> > That means you can have pulseaudio started by who knows what.
> 
> I don't think so.  On my system (Fedora-11 vanilla) autospawn is
> commented out.
> 
> jon
> 

It's commented out in my F10 system too.

I really didn't think that this was going to be a difficult question!

I'm assuming that where pulseaudio is started can change from
distribution to distribution which is why I'm asking on this list.

I don't want to disable pulseaudio, I just want to understand what it
does and how it works om my system a little better.

Steve

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