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Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Sound/Debugging


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01/31/18 04:25:21 (10 months ago)
Author:
Antoine Martin
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    105105== Full Setup ==
    106106Finally, we may want an xpra session to use a dedicated pulseaudio server.
    107 This is more difficult and at present, unless you really know what you are doing and are prepared to pickup the pieces, you should not attempt to do this as a user which already has an existing pulseaudio server running. Simply clearing the environment and trying to start a new pulseaudio instance will not work without some serious hacks to the environment variables that pulseaudio uses to find existing instances. If this is what you really want, [http://winswitch.org/about/ winswitch] will do this for you.
     107This is more difficult and at present, unless you really know what you are doing and are prepared to pickup the pieces, you should not attempt to do this as a user which already has an existing pulseaudio server running. Simply clearing the environment and trying to start a new pulseaudio instance will not work without some serious hacks to the environment variables that pulseaudio uses to find existing instances. If this is what you really want, [https://winswitch.org/about/ winswitch] will do this for you.
    108108[[BR]]
    109109Now, assuming that you have a dedicated user, '''without''' any pulseaudio server running, and that the {{{pulseaudio}}} option is enabled (ie: no {{{--no-pulseaudio}}} command line option and no {{{pulseaudio = no}}} in the {{{xpra.conf}}} file). You should be able to setup a sound-capable environment by using simply: