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Ubuntu Tip: Turning PulseAudio On and Off

http://www.linuxplanet.com

PulseAudio was supposed to cure desktop audio in Linux. But for many Ubuntu users it has been a vexation. Carla Schroder shows us how to turn it on and off so that it runs when we want it to, not when it wants to.

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Stream music wirelessely using PulseAudio server

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The new version of PulseAudio has some pretty neat new features built in, one of the greatest features is support for Apple AirTunes, which is a protocol that allows you to stream audio to remote devices over a network. Using Pulseaudio server i was able to stream music wirelessly to my laptop from my Desktop.

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PulseAudio Phonon Support now in KDE trunk and heading towards 4.4

http://colin.guthr.ie

I've very pleased to announce that my work on Phonon to integrate support for PulseAudio has now been committed to trunk and will form part of KDE 4.4

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PulseAudio Revisited

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Karmic Koala (Ubuntu 9.10) has come out now, and I’m still getting 70 hits a week on my original article concerning PulseAudio. The situation has changed radically, and so that people will get correct information concerning it, I felt it necessary to revise my previous findings.

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LPC: The past, present, and future of Linux audio

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Ardour and JACK developer Paul Davis looked at audio from mostly the professional audio perspective, while PulseAudio developer Lennart Poettering, unsurprisingly, discussed desktop audio.

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Interview: PulseAudio creator Lennart Poettering

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Lennart Poettering checks in from this year's Linux Plumbers Conference to detail the latest PulseAudio developments.

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PulseAudio Bluez

http://fosswire.com

Some time ago, I've shown different methods of using scripts and configuration files to get Bluetooth A2DP audio working properly. But that's a problem: it requires setup. Ideally this should all happen automatically right when the headphones are paired.

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How to Remove Pulse Audio Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex)

http://www.ubuntugeek.com

By default Ubuntu 8.10 comes with Pulse Audio and most users start complaining about pulse audio so if you don't want to use Pulse Audio you can remove using the following procedure.

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To PulseAudio or Not To PulseAudio . . .

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The Developers and MOTUs for Ubuntu have seen fit to add PulseAudio to the audio stack. And I do mean add it to the stack. It sits on top of Alsa and attempts to manage the way people use their audio. And yes, it sits on top of Alsa, not replaces it.

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Why would anybody need PulseAudio?

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That’s a very common question as of lately, and somehow I feel like most people who haven’t dealt with ALSA in the past would find it very difficult to properly answer to it. Even myself I would have ignored one particular issue till last night, when I hit another reason why I want to keep PulseAudio.

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Ear Candy makes your Gnome Desktop a little bit smarter

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Some time ago in the #rapache-devel channel Jason, which is the author of many of the nice features found in Rapache, came up with the idea of leveraging PulseAudio and do something with it. Well.. that was not a bad idea. I mean, until today PulseAudio brought lots of brokeness to Ubuntu (not to say Fedora) users but .. can you say to have enjoyed any benefit from it ? Even one, I mean.

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Adjust Volume of Individual Applications with PulseAudio

http://tombuntu.com

PulseAudio is the new sound server that’s being included in Ubuntu 8.04 and other recent Linux distros. A sound server lets changes be made to sound between the applications and sound hardware layers. Among other features, PulseAudio provides per-application volume controls, a plugin architecture, low-latency, networking features, and good application compatibility.

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Using PulseAudio sound server on Fedora 8

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One of the great new features in Fedora 8 is the inclusion of the PulseAudio sound server. PulseAudio allows multiple streams of audio to be played at once, eliminating the worry of having your sound card locked up by another running program. There's also a handy volume control applet that will let you set the volume of each audio stream independently. That's right folks, listen to your MP3s, watch (and listen!) to a YouTube video, and voice chat with your IM buddies, all at the same time and with independent control over each program's volume. Setting up PulseAudio is very easy. Read on for instructions.

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Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring development update

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Here is an update on the status of Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring development, including the publication of the release schedule and the technical specifications for this release. Highlights include PulseAudio, a switch to the fork of RPM that SUSE and Fedora are using, a parental control tool, mail import support for the Windows migration tool introduced in 2008, and automatic repository configuration via geoip.

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Mandriva to switch to PulseAudio as default sound server

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Mandriva has announced that future releases of Mandriva Linux will use PulseAudio as the default sound server for all desktops.

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