Re: [Ekiga-list] Ekiga and VoipCheap

I'm running Ubuntu 7.10 and Ubuntu 8.10 and neither on belched when I
killed the
process. I did not try  and remove it from my system, as I remember.

Running Ekiga 2.0.11

Edward Dunagin-Dunigan
Bozeman, MT 59718
mobile 406-570-0992
Land line 406-556-7282
EKIGA: sip:edunagin ekiga net

On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 2:03 PM, Ed <Ekiga 0x1b com> wrote:
> This is a bandaid at best - while I'm happy to use Slackware & OBSD -
> it looks like both Fedora and Ubuntu have gone with Pulseaudio and it
> is my understanding that applications that work with pulseaudio
> essentially get their own interface to the sound system - rather than
> break all the other apps that work with Pulse audio for these
> distributions, you should be able to configure a bypass for Ekiga that
> takes it to Jack or Alsa directly. wish I knew enough to help at this
> stage - ss_ss
> If you do work it out, and Ekiga remains unhappy with Pulseaudio, I
> would appreciate it if you could post it to this list - I'm about to
> install Fedora9 and want to use Ekiga too.
> TIA - Ed
> On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 12:04 PM, Alan Lord <alanslists gmail com> wrote:
>> Damien Sandras wrote:
>>> Le lundi 30 juin 2008 à 18:23 +0000, Manolo _ a écrit :
>>>> Removing pulseaudio would mean removing the ubuntu-desktop package. I
>>>> made it once and it automatically removed all the packages related to
>>>> ubuntu-desktop (evolution, GDM, etc.).
>> It shouldn't.
>> Ubuntu Desktop is a "meta package and there are few times I've removed
>> things and it has removed that one with no detrimental effects.
>> Obviously YMMV but a quick google will show you what I mean:
>> "ubuntu-desktop (just like kubuntu-desktop and others) is a metapackage,
>> meaning that it doesn't contain anything but depends on many other
>> packages. (but not other package depends on it). So installing
>> ubuntu-desktop will install Gnome and all apps that are in the default
>> Ubuntu desktop, but removing the ubuntu-desktop package will not remove
>> anything else than the metapackage.
>> Metapackages are often used to install groups of packages in easy way."
>> Al
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