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    Default Pulse audio libraries are GONE

    I have no Pulse Audio libraries anymore...not sure how they got deleted. Sound is working fine though....I wasn't using Pulse to begin with, but don't understand what happened to them....think they got deleted in going to KDE 4.4.1 rel 228 today. Should I have those libraries installed for any reason? If so, what should I install? thanks

    PS: If I go to Yast, under multimedia, I know longer see Pulse as an option...only hda_snd_intel or whatever. Befuddled
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    Default Re: Pulse audio libraries are GONE

    Probably some benevolent force deleted it for you . You don't say which version of openSUSE you are running but pulseaudio is no longer installed by default in 11.2 because of so many problems.

    You are better off without it.

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    Default Re: Pulse audio libraries are GONE

    yeah....it's 11.2....I had virtualbox using pulse, and when i started vb, i got an audio error and changed the audio from pulse to Alsa ...strange....I know I'm better without just don't understand what happened?
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    Default Re: Pulse audio libraries are GONE

    nah....i lost pulse when I changed my system packages to Packman...believe that's when it happened.
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    Default Re: Pulse audio libraries are GONE

    Quote Originally Posted by pilotgi View Post
    Probably some benevolent force deleted it for you . You don't say which version of openSUSE you are running but pulseaudio is no longer installed by default in 11.2 because of so many problems.

    You are better off without it.
    Unless he/she actually having multiple sound support, pulse helps if you have more then one sound app open at a time.
    https://features.opensuse.org/308357

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