On Fri, 2011-12-23 at 11:13 +0100, Heiko Baums wrote:
Am Fri, 23 Dec 2011 10:53:56 +0100 schrieb Ralf Madorf firstname.lastname@example.org:
I know this command, but this won't solve the issue, that PA on Arch Linux is a dependency for software that don't need PA. I want a clean solution.
Run pacman -Qi pulseaudio to see what package(s) forces you to install PA.
I run this before I posted my request . I also know that I can compile gnome-settings-daemon, see the links of my first mail. But at another time, when I e.g. install GNOME, then other packages will install PA. GNOME doesn't need PA, if you use it the way I will use all DEs, since I'll use jack, no desktop sound, no Skype etc., just pro and consumer multimedia apps, flashplayer. There hopefully is a way to fake that PA is installed.
 # pacman -Qi pulseaudio Name : pulseaudio Version : 1.1-1 URL : http://pulseaudio.org/ Licenses : GPL LGPL Groups : None Provides : None Depends On : libpulse=1.1-1 rtkit libtool speex tdb udev fftw orc libsamplerate Optional Deps : avahi: zeroconf support bluez: bluetooth support gconf: configuration through gconf (paprefs) jack: jack support lirc-utils: infra-red support openssl: RAOP support python2-pyqt: Equalizer GUI (qpaeq) Required By : gnome-settings-daemon pulseaudio-alsa Conflicts With : None Replaces : None Installed Size : 5456.00 K Packager : Jan Alexander Steffens (heftig) email@example.com Architecture : x86_64 Build Date : Thu 20 Oct 2011 05:26:48 PM CEST Install Date : Sat 10 Dec 2011 04:13:41 PM CET Install Reason : Installed as a dependency for another package Install Script : Yes Description : A featureful, general-purpose sound server