On Sat, Aug 05, 2017 at 09:35:16PM +0000, Holger Levsen wrote: > package: debian-edu-config > version: 1.930 > severity: wishlist > > < pere> a quick look in debian-edu-config make me believe ESPEAKER is the > secret word to > look for, and /usr/sbin/debian-edu-ltsp-audiodivert and > /etc/desktop-profiles/debian-edu-config.listing are the places to > update. > PULSE_SERVER seem to be the equivalent pulseaudio environment > variable, but a > ~/.pulse_cookie file might be related too. given that the latter is > already > mentioned in /usr/sbin/debian-edu-ltsp-audiodivert, I would guess > ltsp already > have pulseaudio support... I guess this bug has been filed after the removal of the dependency on pulseaudio-esound-compat.
LTSP supports pulseaudio since years (for both thin clients and diskless workstations). LTSP_ALSA_DEFAULT is set to 'pulse' and PULSE_SERVER to something like 'tcp:<client-ip>:<port>' It's rather about the compatibility of programs using esound or even older ones using /dev/dsp (audio OSS). IMO the remaining cleanup things still to do are: (1) drop /usr/share/debian-edu-config/tools/debian-edu-ltsp-audiodivert because gtick (metronome) is the only program listed but doesn't need to be diverted as /dev/dsp isn't used anymore. (2) remove the line containing ESPEAKER in /etc/desktop-profiles/debian-edu-config.listing Wolfgang
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