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Re: Is GNOME 2 panel still in unstable?

On Sat, 2011-11-12 at 13:10 +0000, Camaleón wrote:
> On Sat, 12 Nov 2011 13:26:31 +0100, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> > Hi Camaleón, hi everybody else :)
> > 
> > at the moment the fallback mode looks promising.
> Don't put your expectations on it :-)

Is there already a GNOME 3 version without fallback mode? And if so, is
there no way to configure such a GNOME 3 similar to GNOME 2?

> > This weekend might become a weekend of snapshot-backups and
restores. I
> > still haven't installed gnome-core for version 3, regarding to the
> > dependency pulseaudio. Perhaps I'll start with a dummy package for
> > pulseaudio or something similar.
> Yes, pulseaudio seems to be pulled by some metapackages (gnome, gnome-
> core and gnome-desktop-environment) so maybe you can avoid installing
> by manually cherry-picking the gnome packages.

An upgrade from gnome-core 1:2.30+11 to 1:3.0+3 tried to install
libcanberra-pulse and pulseaudio. Using equivs I build dummy packages,
libcanberra-pulse and pulseaudio_2011-dummy_all.deb.
YouTube (non-jackd flashplayer) is still ok, non-jackd media players are
still ok and for my DAW even the unwanted f*!#in' desktop sound now
seems to be enabled. I just was forced to reboot, to use the media
players, although the order of the sound devices was correct.

Hm? Around 10 o'clock in the morning I wasn't able to receive emails.

- Ralf

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