Re: Removing Pulse Audio

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On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 11:25 AM, James
Allsopp<[email protected]> wrote:
> Hi,
> Won't this leave remnants all over my system, are there any configs I
> need to change, I'm using gnome.
>
> Thanks
> James

Aaron's suggestion only removes alsa-plugins-pulseaudio. It removes no
other packages. Pulseaudio and other installed pulseaudio packages
such as pulseaudio-utils will still remain.

If you do a " yum remove pulseaudio\*" yum will show you a list of
packages to be removed. If you do not like what is being removed press
"n" to cancel.

Just so you know, removing pulseaudio also removes the master volume
control for Gnome. [It shouldn't matter much to you since pulseaudio
is not working.]

P.S. Please read the list guide lines. Do no top post. Put your
replies below the message. Also trim off excess.

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