I hate "killall esd"
I've just switched to Ubuntu, and there's one nagging problem I have. It's from sound not coming up some programs. From the title, you can guess I've been using "killall esd" command before running programs, but I'm getting sick and tired of doing this for every program I have to use this for. Anybody know of a workaround in GNOME so I don't have to keep using "killall esd" just to make sure I get sound?
simply create a batch file that calls this method and then your app :)
Same as a Windows batch file? Or is there something more to create it?
create a .bin file, something like (GameNameStart)
give execute access to the script and your good to go. :)
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hopefully killall esd doesnt require root access... otherwise you would have to give x access to user ... :?
EDIT : killall rights are fine
The first line is important, it defines the program to use for the script, /bin/sh is often a symlink to /bin/bash
# this is a shell command
The second line is comment, you could include as many lines of comment as you want
Then the actual commands you want to execute.
That works! I should be worshipping you for helping out with my probs, Ugo. :D
And thanks for the info tidbit puntmuts, I must remember that in the future.