[LAU] PulseAudio on top of Jack

Max abonnements at revolwear.com
Sun May 4 02:41:20 UTC 2014

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On 2014년 04월 14일 06:24, Len Ovens wrote:

> First thing is to make sure you have a current PA as there has been
> a lot of work on it in the past few years. Things that didn't work
> or not right in 2012 have been fixed and work now. [edit, this does
> not seem to be fixed lp:#1232295 is not closed] I don't personally
> know about suspend because I don't happen to need/use it. Once PA
> gets restarted though, I don't think there is much you can do about
> chromium/firefox although just reloading the page should bring it
> back because the pulse port is not opened by gstream until/unless
> the web page needs it. It should be the same with many other
> desktop apps (which is why PA-jack is so useful). Many of them shut
> the port just with a pause and certainly with a stop/play (but that
> would loose the place you were if part way through a movie). This
> page: 
> https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/PulseAudio#No_sound_after_resume_from_suspend
>  Suggests that pulseaudio -k is not the best thing to do and that
> using pasuspender will not break running applications like the
> browser.

they suggest
/usr/bin/pasuspender /bin/true
instead, but that's doing nothing for me to bring back PA after
suspend, only pulseaudio -k works.

Odd situation is that html5 audio is broken just as well as flash
audio in the browser after suspend. The difference is that for flash I
only need to reload the tab which is using it, while for html5 audio I
have to restart the whole browser to get audio back.

> It sounds like jackdbus has made it through the suspend ok anyway.

yes, guess that's something to be thankful for, could always be a lot
more complicated.

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