Will this eventually fixes my problem of getting my USB speaker (Logitech S-150) to work? Thinking of trying it out, but wondering if there is a way to revert to default setting if things get even worse. This is my main working system anyway.
I have been using Pulse for quite some time and yes it allows user to control the sources and the sinks for all the audio streams ........ but you need to install the Pulse plugins for the applications you use.
Just had a look at my /etc/sysconfig/pulseaudio file and the entry there is
Is there any information about the differences this may cause in operation?
I also notice the following
/etc/alternatives/soundprofile symlink should be pointing to /etc/sound/profiles/pulse folder
Here it actually point to
The real question is ....... should the present working settings be changed manually?
That means you should go back and follow the steps outlined above. Pulse audio is not enabled.
Very strange ..... as it is working perfectly ....... and has been for many months.
I have been able to disable it in the sound section of PCC, and when that is done it is quite obviously not working .... access denial to pavucontrol GUI, and a distinct lack of anything Pulse showing in KDECC Multimedia - Phonon.
This install is less than a week old.
Pulse is working .... and working as well as it was on the previous install.
I can direct the various sound streams to whichever sound sink device I have connected ...... wireless headphones, wired headphones, usb speakers etc etc.
Seems I might be better off leaving things as they are ........