From: Jonathan Woithe <jwoithe@ph...> - 2009-06-22 00:01:08
> > I was working with FFADO under a fresh install this weekend and it appears
> > that the ffado configuration file was not copied to ~/.ffado by default. I
> > had to manually copy it to this location before ffado would run. Shouldn't
> > this happen automatically or is there a good reason why it doesn't?
> There is a very good reason why the ffado-config isn't copied to ~/.ffado:
> Because it is copied to <sharedir> during installation! And that is where it
Yep, I have absolutely no problem with this. In other words,
~/.ffado/configuration is optional - right?
Why then does ffado-mixer in r1578 refuse to start if ~/.ffado/configuration
doesn't exist (ffado-mixer bombs with a bunch of python code complaining
that ~/.ffado/configuration doesn't exist)?
I noticed this morning that Pieter's checked in r1582/r1583 which look at
first glance like they might address this problem (they certainly have
something to do with handling the case of non-existent files). I will check
in due course.
> In ~/.ffado only the custom, per-user changes are placed to overwrite/extend
> the system-wide config.
That's what I thought.
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