Include upstream fix for pulseaudio lingering after logout.
sudo dnf upgrade --advisory=FEDORA-2018-ef0b897e5d
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Works for me, and looks like it has fixed #1510301 on this Box (Plasma DE)
works for me
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Hmm, doesn't survive dock/undock like previously. When undocking, profile stays stuck in a no-longer existing device (Yeti microphone connected through the dock USB), then on re-dock pulseaudio crashes.
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Happens the same as timon to me ( https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1551270 )
#1551270 on headphones plug-in and plug-out.
Also consistently hitting rhbz #1551270
Are these issues regressions specific to this build (ie, compared to pulseaudio-11.1-7.fc27)? If not, commenting here about it is not constructive (bugzilla is ok and encouraged). It's not clear to me based on what's been said so far.
It does seem to be. A user has reported on the BZ that downgrading seems to do it for him, and I didn't have this issue before the update either. Is it not the right place if it breaks common functionality (using headphones with a computer)? We've all given negative karma for the "Does the system's basic functionality continue to work after this update" bit, not for the bug it is supposed to fix.
OK, I'm just finding it hard to explain these reports as a side effect of the relatively small change implemented here (it efffectively sets 'exit-idle-time = 0' for managed sessions).
For me problem disappeared after reverting (to pulseaudio-11.1-7.fc27) and rebooting. I'm using Cinnamon Spin.
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No regressions here.
Works for me.
Works now for me, maybe the failure was an interaction with another update?
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