Bug#900856: enlightenment: Sound fails to work after upgrade

Mike Brodbelt mike at coruscant.org.uk
Fri Jun 29 08:25:59 BST 2018

On 29/06/18 04:26, Felipe Sateler wrote:

> Thanks. However, it has some flaws that need to be reworked for this to 
> work at all:
> 1. We can't rely on gcc being installed

Would "dpkg-architecture -qDEB_BUILD_MULTIARCH" be a reasonable replacement?

> 2. It doesn't check /proc is actually mounted
> 3. dpkg status check is racy: sysvinit might be upgraded at the same 
> time, and thus not be "installed"
> 4. dpkg status check is for the wrong package: sysvinit no longer exists 
> (I think you want sysvinit-core).
> 5. The postinst should be the one for libpulse0, not pulseaudio

Will have a poke at these when I get a minute.

> You missed the conffile mark because it is shipped in libpulse0 :)

That would explain that :-)

> I don't have objections in principle, but I want a good and relatively 
> not-risky implementation first.


> BTW, it might be easier to do the review/fixup dance in a merge request 
> on salsa: https://salsa.debian.org/pulseaudio-team/pulseaudio

OK. Haven't played with that before, but will have a look.


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