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Re: Orca, gdm3 and gnome desktop: updates

On 24-02-14 22:22, Germano Carella wrote:
> Hi,
> I disabled definitively gdm3, ‘cause orca is unable to start.
> I tried all things, all commands I found on internet, but anything
> appens; orca is silent.
> Finally, I reinstalled gnome-desktop-environment, uninstalled gdm3 and
> purged pulseaudio, ‘cause speech-dispatcher works fine with alsa, but
> with pulseaudio crashes continuously.
> The problem is that when I upgrade, pulseaudio is installed again… it’s
> a problem!
> Temporary solution is that I login in text-mode and, when logged, I
> start x. There is the only way I found to start gnome session.

Recently there was a good thread on this subject on debian-devel [1]. In
the discussion it was also mentioned how to turn of pulseaudio (and our
wiki also has some notes on this [2]). Maybe you want to turn it off,
than having it installed is no problem, it is just not used.

[1] https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2014/02/msg00634.html
[2] https://wiki.debian.org/accessibility#Speech_support

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