Sound plays on remote graphical login
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Thu Dec 16 12:41:42 GMT 2004
On Thu Dec 16 9:25 , Christian Esken <c.esken at cityweb.de> sent:
>Am Dienstag 14 Dezember 2004 21:50 schrieb Robert S:
>> I am running kde-3.3.1, gentoo, udev on an amd64 machine. Gentoo uses pam
>> and I have disabled changes in permissions to the devices. I have
>> set permissions on /dev/sound* to 660, root:audio to allow problem-free
>> sound. All is fine except that sound now plays when I do a remote graphical
>> login (using "vncserver") - the sound now plays on my gentoo server.
>> Is there a way of temporarily disabling sound (ie arts server) for a remote
>> login session from the command line? This command could be added to
>I don't know a clean way, but a hack could be to use "killall artsd"
If you're going to do something like that, I think you'll need to do artsd -a null afterwards.
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