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Re: getting rid of pulse audio

Reply #45
BeOS!

ReactOS!

Or just ... leave pulseaudio be.

My main OS is currently the default Arch. It works.

No - that will never be a rational response to bloatware

Re: getting rid of pulse audio

Reply #46
The only way  that you'll ever be satisfied with a distro is if you make it yourself mrbrklyn.

You should head over here: http://www.linuxfromscratch.org & make a distro to suit yourself.

Re: getting rid of pulse audio

Reply #47
In Mother Russia, pulseaudio gets rid of you!

                                      - yours truly,
                                       Len Potterinsky

Re: getting rid of pulse audio

Reply #48
Except for kolibri and a gentoo clone, alt rosa and calculate that seem as the most popular russian distros are using systemd.

From the land of mathematicians one would expect something better.
But what do you mean pulseaudio gets rid of you?

Re: getting rid of pulse audio

Reply #49
Except for kolibri and a gentoo clone, alt rosa and calculate that seem as the most popular russian distros are using systemd.

From the land of mathematicians one would expect something better.
But what do you mean pulseaudio gets rid of you?
Russian distro doesn't mean that it is popular in Russia (except for alt probably. Though there are BolgenOS and Astra which are not very popular but are sort of memes). It seems most of desktop users run either ubuntu or mint and most of servers use debian or centos. And there are fanatics of systemd, pulseaudio and even snap


Re: getting rid of pulse audio

Reply #51
On those systems you mention would FF work without pulseaudio?
What is the problem we are addressing?
Intelligent question! I don't know the answer, but I've just found this interesting repo:
https://gitlab.com/Monsterovich/firefox-fuckpa

The name of this fork is amazing!  ;D

 

Re: getting rid of pulse audio

Reply #52
You might want to link that build to this library:
https://github.com/Daniel-Abrecht/fuck_systemd
(Caution to the unwary:  the do evil option will drop a fork bomb and lock out the user if systemd is found on the system)