Add rtkit Conflicts to force removal of rtkit for release testing
Binary package hint: pulseaudio
The last pulseaudio upload to Karmic ( 1:0.9.19-0ubuntu2 ) removed the rtkit Recommends from the debian/control file due to the fact that the Karmic kernel was never patched to support rtkit. This was necessary as rtkit was added to main and by default, its daemon process is started, causing "Invalid Parameter" log messages to be written to the daemon.log, and wasting CPU cycles.
This removal works, however since we won't be releasing any more development releases of Karmic, a user needs to manually remove the rtkit package in order to fully test pulseaudio in the manner with which it will actually be released.
In order to get more test coverage between now and Karmic final, I propose that we add a Conflicts for rtkit in order to force removal of the rtkit package between now and final. This was discussed today on #ubuntu-desktop today with pitti and dtchen.
See bug #406702 for more details.
|Changed in pulseaudio (Ubuntu):|
|status:||New → Confirmed|
|Changed in pulseaudio (Ubuntu Karmic):|
|status:||Confirmed → Fix Released|
|Luke Yelavich (themuso) wrote : Re: [Bug 452458] Re: Add rtkit Conflicts to force removal of rtkit for release testing||#3|