1. I've been using PA exclusively since Fedora 9-10 (?) on >10 desktop machines, with zero issues.
Originally Posted by niniendowarrior
This of-course doesn't necessarily negates your experience, but its just as valid.
2. It's time to give it a rest. PA won, Alsa-clean lost. You may enjoy tweaking alsarc and dmix on a per-application basis, but a vast majority of the Linux user-base don't (hence the exponential increase in PA aware distributions and software).
Granted, you may find like-minded people and find PA-free distributions, but in the current rate of affairs, the selection is rather thin and will only get thinner.
As I doubt that you truly believe that repeating the same rant over and over again will cause Ubuntu or Fedora to drop PA (and I'm not talking about you specifically), you're left with one of two options:
1. Learn how to get PA working for you, or 2. start marking preparation to switch to BSD.
Last edited by gilboa; 09-11-2012 at 04:49 AM.
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