On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 14:25:12 (CET), Adrian Knoth wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 02:24:49AM +0100, David Henningsson wrote:
>> >> On the other hand, for casual use of jack, a more stable version would
>> >> be preferred over a more featureful one.
>> > Unfortunately, this is only half of the story. For the occasional use of
>> > jack, jackd2 is easier to use, because it can suspend pulseaudio.
>> Let me add a third half to the story then :-) Lennart (as in the
>> PulseAudio developer) came up with an idea of reserving / letting go of
>> audio devices via calls over D-Bus. This is not implemented in jack1.
>> I haven't tested jackd2, but I believe it is implemented there.
>> I don't think any of them actually *suspends* PulseAudio.
> This is what I was talking about. It's device reservation via D-Bus, and
> it requires jackdbus from the jackd2 package to work.
>From this discussion, I gather the following options:
A) stick with jack1
B) have jack2 in squeeze
C) have both jack1&jack2 in squeeze
F) further discussion
With such an fictional ballot, I'd vote:
If you care to comment on this issue, please participate in the vote, so
that we can assemble a report for the release team quickly.
Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4
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