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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    OK, so both upgrades are required. I've had no further sound issues since installing the Crimsun3 test kernel and PulseAudio 0.9.15 from the PPA.

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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    for me, with alsa 1.0.19 and pulseaudio 9.15 (without modded kernel) everything works fine!

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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    Quote Originally Posted by biasquez View Post
    for me, with alsa 1.0.19 and pulseaudio 9.15 (without modded kernel) everything works fine!
    Where did you get alsa 1.0.19 from? Its not in the themuso repos. I upgraded to pulse 9.15 and saw two libsound* at 1.0.19 but no alas that I could see.

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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    Quote Originally Posted by sefs View Post
    Where did you get alsa 1.0.19 from? Its not in the themuso repos. I upgraded to pulse 9.15 and saw two libsound* at 1.0.19 but no alas that I could see.
    i'm using this script: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...ight=alsa+hdmi

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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    Quote Originally Posted by biasquez View Post

    Some quick questions

    1) From that link "It'll reinstall kernel, kernel-headers and Alsa related packages". Does this means it changes the default kernel in jaunty to a customized one of its own making? The kernel-headers as well?

    2) I see 5 scripts listed...is it only the " AlsaUpgrade-1.0.x-rev-1.16.tar" I need?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    Hey there is there anyway to easily go back to the default jaunty packages after using the themos repos?

    The attached pic shows the packages that were installed/upgraded.

    If i try to remove any of them it also list lots of other packages that will be removed.

    I want to put back the jaunty default versions that came with jaunty.

    Thanks.
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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    Quote Originally Posted by sefs View Post
    Hey there is there anyway to easily go back to the default jaunty packages after using the themos repos?

    The attached pic shows the packages that were installed/upgraded.

    If i try to remove any of them it also list lots of other packages that will be removed.

    I want to put back the jaunty default versions that came with jaunty.

    Thanks.
    I don't know if this is clean way to do it or not, but you can try installing the Jaunty packages using following:

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install <packageName>/jaunty <packageName>/jaunty ...

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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    That wont work as the packages are built for jaunty so it wont do anything.

    The way I did is was to remove all the packages and note down what else gets removed, it was only a coupld of extra packages.
    Then once they are uninstalled disable the ppa and reinstall pulse and alsa and the extra apps.
    System Specs:
    Desktop: E6420 (@3.4GHz, Water Cooled), 4GB DDR2, 1.6 TB HDs, X1950 Pro (OS Driver),
    Dual Boot Win7/Jaunty, 19" 4:3 + 24" 16:9.
    Laptop: Toshiba L30, T2080 Pentium Dual Core, 2 GB DDR2, 250GB Hard disk.

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    Re: Heads-up regarding PulseAudio in Jaunty

    Quote Originally Posted by danwood76 View Post
    That wont work as the packages are built for jaunty so it wont do anything.

    The way I did is was to remove all the packages and note down what else gets removed, it was only a coupld of extra packages.
    Then once they are uninstalled disable the ppa and reinstall pulse and alsa and the extra apps.
    They were too many packages in my case ... but I think I found an easier way. For me it was just 15 packages affected so I went thru the process below 15 times...

    see what versions are in the apt cache
    Code:
    apt-cache showpkg <package-name>
    The version numbers were listed at the very top and also at the very bottom of preceding command.

    Then install the one with the version number I needed
    Code:
    sudo aptitude install <package-name>=<version-number>

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