Karl Larsen wrote:
He said to get these things:
yum groupinstall sound-and-video gnome-desktop
yum install libflashsupport paman padevchooser
and you should get the full pulseaudio setup.
That process is mentioned on the fedora project wiki:
, specifically to do with yum upgrades from F7 to F8. However, I did
the same following my F7->F8 dvd upgrade, and it has fixed a few audio
issues I was seeing.
I loaded F8 from the dvd and audio was not working.
Did you upgrade from an F7 install or start from scratch?
> Advise from the
list said to deleat some rpm's and it did fix the problem. Then updates
built a partial pulseaudio again and I had audio problems. Removed the
updates and it was good again.
Then got curious why I want to have pulseaudio and did a google and
joined their list and still don't know what it does :-)
It solves the problem of having too many audio frameworks and tools by
adding more - the network-session proxy being the part that might have
been a problem in the other sets.