Description of problem:
Sound does not work when login first over xrdp.
The sound is working immediately after local login with kdm.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot server and do not login locally
2. Login remote with help of Remote Desktop Connection (xrdp)
3. Try to play sound with e.g. amarok
Tested with mplayer with alsa and pulseaudio and amarok
with gstreamer backend.
Looks like ACLs are not set properly. After local login with kdm
the files in /dev/snd has a plus right after the regular permissions
in the output of 'ls' to indicate extended ACLs.
Logging in on console does not set /dev/snd perms properly anymore either (worked with F15). Still no access after a "startx". Both console and X sessions are properly listed by "ck-list-sessions".
So, sounds like something listed wrong in console-kit in general rather than xrdp in particular.
Not sure how directly related this is, but a couple years ago ck lost track of the sound devices in a similar way, as described in bugs #532814 and #520103. Good debugging into in those bugs anyway although not the eventual fixes.
Will poke around some more , then maybe crosslist this bug with console-kit?
Opened a ConsoleKit bug 769649 for my issue: that's a problem with ConsoleKit not doing the right thing for an X session created with startx rather than with xrdp, but could be related if ConsoleKit has abdicated permissions setting to kdm.
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