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bug#42118: Editing pulseaudio config file fails with "No such file or di
bug#42118: Editing pulseaudio config file fails with "No such file or directory"
Wed, 1 Jul 2020 06:52:49 -0500
>That might be an issue, but your $PULSE_CONFIG should at least point to
the right default.pa. It should especially not be the daemon.conf
ok $PULSE_CONFIG points to daemon.conf which points to my edited file.
On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 5:57 AM Leo Prikler
> Am Mittwoch, den 01.07.2020, 04:33 -0500 schrieb Nathan Dehnel:
> > > Due to a bug with webkit sandboxing, we no longer put daemon.conf
> > > into
> > /etc/pulse (my bad), but rather set PULSE_CONFIG to directly point to
> > it.
> > I meant to say /gnu/store/<pulse package>/etc/pulse/daemon.conf.
> > > I am currently unsure, at which point this variable
> > gets updated (I still think you need to reboot)
> > I rebooted and everything seems the same.
> > Maybe the problem is pulse uses Jack1 as a dependency and I'm trying
> > to use Jack2.
> That might be an issue, but your $PULSE_CONFIG should at least point to
> the right default.pa. It should especially not be the daemon.conf
> shipped with pulseaudio, because we override flat-volumes (which most
> distros agree has an insane default).
> Btw. please keep the bug in your reply, so that others can follow. The
> easiest way of doing so is to use "reply to all" in your mail client.
> Regards, Leo