Are there any other services or settings a Manjaro desktop user should review, that may have benefits for a laptop user, but not so much a desktop user. I know I usually look over Power Management settings.
I set my desktop to wake up from my USB keyboard (or double click on the mouse) so it doesn’t sleep too deeply until 12 hours later when it will wake up and put itself into hibernation… so that would really p#55 me off
I did kill bluetooth too, and modemmanager because I’m on LAN, or WiFi via a plug in dongle, or nothing
That file already exists on my system, but the module is not called as module-bluez5-discover; it is called as module-bluetooth-discover in my default.pa. I have either way commented out the pertinent sections, as you can see below…
If you edited /etc/pulse/default.pa, it may be possible that your edits get overwritten on the next update.
I already experienced such behavior with the linux510-nvidia390xx package which keeps overwriting /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-nvidia-drm-outputclass.conf in a way that the X server is unable to find the Nvidia GLX module afterwards.
That’s why I created ~/.config/pulse/default.pa instead, hoping that this file will be left untouched when updating Manjaro.
In this case, I think a local configuration is preferable. Since starting with KDE I started being frustrated with Dolphin’s refusal to give me a root browser. I worked around it, but have learned that avoiding it is a better option… so I’ll go with the .config option Thanks for the tip.
The only time I get a click is a very quiet one when I unload Plex (as I disable pulse to run that) and it’s reassuring to hear it come back online.
According to my own experience, this does not always work.
Example: The file /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-nvidia-drm-outputclass.conf gets overwritten each time linux510-nvidia390xx gets updated - without a *.pacnew file being written
Another example: In order to get Qoppa PDF Studio to recognize my scanner that is connected via the network, I had to modify /usr/lib/systemd/system/saned@.service. See Sane: Share scanners via Network? - #5 by DAC324 for details.
This file gets overwritten on each update as well