lubot[telegram] <Leokolb> Tested also todays ISO (22.12.22) and confirm this worked fine for me.. (re @lubuntu_bot: (irc) <arraybolt3[m]> Rebooted, verified PipeWire is now in use, Chrome appears stable for now. Looks like a success!)17:32
lubot[telegram] <Leokolb> Nice job mate! (re @lubuntu_bot: (irc) <arraybolt3[m]> \o/)17:33
arraybolt3[m]Thanks :)17:33
lubot[telegram] <Leokolb> Should pulseaudio-utils not also be removed? (re @lubuntu_bot: (irc) <arraybolt3[m]> Thanks :))18:03
arraybolt3[m]No - pipewire-pulse acts as somewhat of a Pulseaudio server and those commands should still work (I know pactl does at least).18:04
arraybolt3[m]Just tested it - paplay also works with PipeWire.18:04
lubot[telegram] <Leokolb> ok fine ..looks good tested one further machine - again all good and all was removed18:05
tewardarraybolt3[m]: ask SImon to kick your LXD container18:12
tewardapparently I no longer have access to the system.18:12
tewardtsimonq2: ^ fix the DO node so my SSH works again18:13
arraybolt3[m]teward: Thanks! Get well soon!18:14
kc2bez[m]<arraybolt3[m]> "No - pipewire-pulse acts as..." <- `pactl info` should indicate which audio backend is in use. 22:35
arraybolt3[m]True. pactl is part of pulseaudio-utils.22:49

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