How Can I know what's my current backend of libcanberra in Ubuntu Lucid

Asked by JoseLuisTriana on 2010-07-30

Well I am making a diagnosis of why PulseAudio server crashes a lot in my computer, so I found that libcanberra is related to the crashes; So I want to make sure what is the current backend of libcanberra in my desktop system.

Question information

Language:
English Edit question
Status:
Solved
For:
Ubuntu libcanberra Edit question
Assignee:
No assignee Edit question
Solved by:
JoseLuisTriana
Solved:
2010-08-02
Last query:
2010-08-02
Last reply:
2010-07-30
JoseLuisTriana (theunfor) said : #1

what tha hell are you waiting for?? answer me!!

JoseLuisTriana (theunfor) said : #3

mmm no, this not solved my problem.

JoseLuisTriana (theunfor) said : #4

What tha hell are you waiting for??? I need a REAL answer not Troubleshooting that does not work. just how I know what is the current backend of my libcanberra; that's all. NOT troubleshooting NOT debugging, and YES! I'm pissed off, Where tha hell is the Linux for human beings?? I followed the STEPS of sound troubleshooting a lot of times, nothing helped me, Just I want to know the current backend of libcanberra that's all.

JoseLuisTriana (theunfor) said : #5

I think I have to ask for an apology, because it really seems that I really was pissed off!! well excuse me for my aggresive behavior, I will make the possible to have a better behavior here in Questions, and thanks for the link to the bug....

By the way I know that I have the libcanberra-alsa package, so my backend is ALSA.