Originally Posted by smr54
Sorry, misunderstood the question.
In that case, I don't know. What I can tell you is that for me, in the console, doing yum remove alsa-plugins-pulseaudio made sound work for me. I'm afraid I can't be of more help than that, but there's a lot of pulseaudio experts on these forums, and hopefully one can help.
Just tried it, no difference.
I found the script:
Didn't help either and that's not surprising since the first thing it tries to do is bring up pulseaudio just like I'm trying to do.
I see xdg has pulseaudio listed in it's autostart folder. Not sure what I need to do to start xdg.
Also dbus has something relating to pulseaudio. Not sure how to start that either. As I said in my first post I used to start pulseaudio with ck-xinit-session. Looks like they've moved it somewhere else but I'm not sure where.
---------- Post added at 10:09 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:16 PM ----------
Here's some more info:
I just ran a test like this:
home> pulseaudio -v --log-target=stderr >/tmp/std 2>&1
All the stderr/stdout went to /tmp/std except the word Killed.
I notice when I use kill -9 on a process from another terminal, the word "Killed" prints on the terminal where the process is running. I'm not sure but I think something else on my system is sending a kill signal to pulseaudio? I have selinux disabled.
---------- Post added at 11:01 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:09 PM ----------
As I said above, I've been using ck-xinit-session to start pulseaudio.
I took ck-xinit-session out of my .xinitrc file and replaced it with:
Sound is now working.