Subject: Re: parec?
Date: Wednesday 13th February 2013 14:49:34 UTC (over 4 years ago)
Hi Morty, This code is only executed on Windows, On linux "parecTunnelOk" is always "false" Now I have disabled this code for not Windows system at all: http://code.x2go.org/gitweb?p=x2goclient.git;a=commit;h=b3121c46cd4494b6d15cf644292f290bf0dadc91 regards, Alex Am 13.02.2013 15:12, schrieb Moritz Struebe: > Hi Alex, > > has this been fixed yet, or should I file a bug? > > Cheers > Morty > > > > On 2012-11-21 15:50, Oleksandr Shneyder wrote: >> Hm, >> >> The reason was buggy pulseaudio on windows. If you don't use input >> device at several first seconds, input will not work any more. I know, >> it is a dirty hack to start parec for 1 sec., but it works. Originally, >> this code should be executed only on windows. I don't know which patch >> have changed this behaviour. I'll fix it. Thank you for your report, Morty. >> >> regards, >> Alex >> >> Am 21.11.2012 09:21, schrieb Moritz Struebe: >>> Hi Alex, Mike(?) >>> >>> I just saw parec running and producing unneeded traffic. >>> >>> In onmainwindow.cpp:10577ff it says: >>> QString scmd="PULSE_CLIENTCONFIG=~/.x2go/C-"+ >>> resumingSession.sessionId+ >>> "/.pulse-client.conf "+ >>> "parec 1> /dev/null & sleep 1 && kill %1"; >>> >>> What is the rationale behind this code? As far as I understand it, parec >>> is supposed to run for one second. I'm not sure that that is what the >>> code does. >>> >>> Cheers >>> Morty >>> >>> >>> >>> > > > > _______________________________________________ > X2Go-Dev mailing list > [email protected] > https://lists.berlios.de/mailman/listinfo/x2go-dev -- Oleksandr Shneyder Dipl. Informatik X2go Core Developer Team email: [email protected] web: www.obviously-nice.de --> X2go - [email protected]