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Submission + - Answer to Adobe's Linux bash posted ( 2

An anonymous reader writes: There have been past claims by Adobe and others that development on Linux is a jungle, particularly in regards to audio. However today, the author of the popular "The Sorry State of Sound in Linux" has posted a follow up showing Adobe's claims to be FUD, as well as being a good update on where OSS and ALSA are holding today, and why PulseAudio isn't a good idea.
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Answer to Adobe's Linux bash posted

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  • PulseAudio is a terrible idea. And I have been annoyed since Fedora integrated it.. it's a massive PITA to remove.

    I'm running a gorram PVR. Only install the minimum stuff I need, don't FORCE pulse on me.

  • This was a great read. Ubuntu should be focusing on implementing OSSv4 in the next Ubuntu, not dicking around with getting it to boot faster. What's the point of a fast boot speed if your shitty pulseaudio sound server is delaying your audio making skype and games impossible.

You can fool all the people all of the time if the advertising is right and the budget is big enough. -- Joseph E. Levine