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I seem to have "destroyed" my sound in Ubuntu 13.10...

I can change my sound through alsamixer and aplay /usr/share/sounds/alsa/Front_Center.wav works fine. However the indicator-sound is missing (but installed, and purging and reinstallation does not help). Moreover I cannot open gnome-control-center sound via terminal because it says :

Failed to load module: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/control-center-1/panels/libsoundnua.so

reinstallation of pulseaudio, libpulse0 dies not help...

EDIT: I forgot to mention something: The terminal also says: libpulsecommon-4.99.so: Cannot open the shared-object file: File or directory not found (or something similar, it's originally in german) so in which package is this libpulsecommon file? All I have on my computer is a libpulsecommon-4.0.so file, so probably that's the problem

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Does sudo apt-file search /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/control-center-1/panels/libsoundnua.so return anything? You may have to install apt-file first, and run sudo apt-file update. It will try and find what package the file is supposed to be from. Also try sudo apt-get -f install - check in case it tries to remove anything, but it should just sort out dependencies. –  Wilf Jan 29 at 22:32
    
the weird thing is, that the file exists on my computer in this exact location ... it's in the gnome-control-center package –  wa4557 Jan 29 at 22:39
    
I would of thought it would of been, control-center-1 is a give away, but just checking. Have you tried moving the file elsewhere? It could be having problems actually reading the file. –  Wilf Jan 29 at 22:41
    
I updated my question, there seems to be a problem with another file on my computer. Btw: moving the libsoundnua.so doesn't change anything –  wa4557 Jan 30 at 10:46
    
How do you think you 'destroyed' it? Was it after an update or something? –  Wilf Jan 30 at 11:26

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