[LAU] Getting rid of PulseAudio issues, while PA isn't installed

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Sat Jun 11 07:23:00 UTC 2011

Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> On Fri, 2011-06-10 at 20:51 -1000, david wrote:
>> Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> for my Debian there's no PA installed, but anyway, when I run jackd and
>>> try to get sound for a Youtube video, there's no sound. I need to stop
>>> jackd and then I can hear the sound of the video.
>>> Some time ago somebody wrote that it should be easy to get rid of PA,
>>> while I claimed, that it's hard to do.
>>> Yes, getting rid of PA, while it's still impossible to use non-jack
>>> applications is easy. Yes, for the browser there might be flash with
>>> jackd support, but I would like to have a good old Linux, where I don't
>>> need to take care about this Pulseaudio configurations.
>>> Is it possible to get rid of any PA issues?
>> My laptop doesn't have PA installed, never did, and audio works. I've 
>> never been able to make Flash use JACK, though, so I use Download Helper 
>> in FF to download the YouTube video, then play it through JACK using 
>> mplayer ...
> Didn't http://jackaudio.org/faq work?

When I get around to doing it, I'm sure one method or the other will. I 
haven't tried any of them yet, because I'm not the interested in YouTube 
videos in the first place.

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