- # Start the PulseAudio sound server in system mode.
- # (enables the pulseaudio init script - requires that users be in the
- # pulse-access group)
- # System mode is not the recommended way to run PulseAudio as it has some
- # limitations (such as no shared memory access) and could potentially allow
- # users to disconnect or redirect each others' audio streams. The
- # recommended way to run PulseAudio is as a per-session daemon. For GNOME/KDE/
- # Xfce sessions in Ubuntu Lucid/10.04, /etc/xdg/autostart/pulseaudio.desktop
- # handles this function of automatically starting PulseAudio on login, and for
- # it to work correctly your user must *not* have "autospawn = no" set in
- # ~/.pulse/client.conf (or in /etc/pulse/client.conf). By default, autospawn
- # is enabled. For other sessions, you can simply start PulseAudio with
- # "pulseaudio --daemonize".
- # 0 = don't start in system mode, 1 = start in system mode
- # Prevent users from dynamically loading modules into the PulseAudio sound
- # server. Dynamic module loading enhances the flexibility of the PulseAudio
- # system, but may pose a security risk.
- # 0 = no, 1 = yes
Multiseat /etc/default/pulseaudio (Systemwide Pulseaudio)
AnthonyAMC Oct 1st, 2012 278 Never
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