Dnia 18-12-2007, wto o godzinie 00:48 +0100, Lennart Poettering pisze:
You can configure PA so that it is autospawned when needed. However,
do not recommend this. I recommend to start it from the session
manager like we do it right now for KDE and GNOME. Why? Because PA
nowadays does much more than just proxying access to the hw. It reacts
on hotplug events, network configuration changes, certain X11 events,
it is a network server, and so on and so on. For all these reasons it
is better to leave PA running all the time.
If PA is so important, why not start it system-wide by default?