On Mon, Jul 05, 2010 at 04:03:09PM +0200, bob.auxonne wrote:

> I guess that the problem happens only if the file is deleted for any
> reason (that probably happened when i was "fighting" to try to install
> jackd2), so that shouldn't happen so often to usual users i guess,
> especially when the packages will be in a future stable version of
> Debian. But in my opinion, if a # dpkg-reconfigure -p high jackd was
> always working in any case, it would be just the best. But it's only
> my opinion ;)

We've already decided to make it "just work" as you propose.

Next upload will copy a backup version of audio.conf to
/etc/security/limits.d/ if the user has managed to delete both,
audio.conf and audio.conf.disabled.


Cheerio

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