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Re: Thanks so Much


Le 02/03/2022 à 19:28, Sam Hartman a écrit :
"Jean-Philippe" == Jean-Philippe MENGUAL <jpmengual@debian.org> writes:

For most applications you use pipewire-pulse and the pulseaudio
The problem with pulse isn't (for most things) its native audio

So, with pipewire, pipewire-pulse and wireplumber installed, and
pulseaudio and pulseaudio.socket disabled,
things work well.

oh indeed, here I had removed pulseaudio, I thought piperwire and pulseaudio emulation packages were enough. But what is the benefit to use piperwise if pulseaudio is still needed to be present? does it bring a better user interface?

     >> But it feels like there ought to be a better solution for using
     >> text apps inside a graphical environment.

     Jean-Philippe> Also perhaps you could use a screen (window manager)
     Jean-Philippe> environment in a terminal inside the GUI? screen has
     Jean-Philippe> its own cut-and-paste features accessible with
     Jean-Philippe> keyboard.

But they don't integrate so great with X as far as I can tell.

Really? To be honest Idon't remember, as I use now brltty to do this, but in my recordings it worked properly. screen in a MATE terminal had not shortcuts conflicts and seemed to work. cut-and-paste was indeed still painful, I had to set a config using xcalib or something like this.


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