[Tts-project] Bug#859926: ping: 859926: breaks with pulse-audio as output when spawned by speechd-up from init system
Ivo De Decker
ivodd at debian.org
Sun Jan 13 12:38:00 GMT 2019
Control: tags -1 buster-ignore
On Sun, May 21, 2017 at 09:08:44PM +0200, Paul Gevers wrote:
> Any progress on this issue? Seems like nobody is working on it. It also
> looks like the underlaying issue (pulseaudio & speech-dispatcher
> combination) has been known for years and hasn't received much
> attention. Is the solution just not possible because it requires a
> choice for the default of pulseaudio between non-secure and working, or
> secure and non-working (given the goals and designs of the tools
> involved)? And currently the behavior is more secure and thus not
> working out of the box for pulseaudio users (but working for alsa users)?
> Maybe the "solution" is to acknowledge the situation, disable the init
> scripts by default (at least of speechd-up, although that would also
> cause alsa users to not have speechd-up) and describe it properly in the
> documentation (I originally wrote debconf, but I don't think that is
> allowed), such that the user can be told how to fix it (I don't know,
> but it seems that starting pulseaudio as system user may solve the issues).
> Obviously, if we are convinced that what I describe above is correct,
> then we could add some detection for alsa vs pulseaudio into the loop
> (no idea how that would work and unsure which package(s) should do that).
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like this will be fixed for buster...
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