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This: sudo apt-get install pulseaudio-module-bluetooth worked for me on Ubuntu 14.10 (Lenovo x240) to have at least my bluetooth device listed in pulseaudio.


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can you try to remove the latest 3.13.0-46 kernel and install the 3.13.0-45 kernel with the following command: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get remove linux-image-3.13.0-46-generic linux-headers-3.13.0-46 linux-headers-3.13.0-46-generic And install with: sudo apt-get install linux-image-3.13.0-45-generic linux-headers-3.13.0-45 ...


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run these three commands one by one: sudo service pulseaudio stop sudo alsa force-reload sudo service pulseaudio start If pulseaudio still doesn't recognize your card, run the following commands: sudo apt-get update cd ~/Desktop apt-get download pulseaudio ar xvf pulse* sudo rm /etc/pulse/* sudo mv etc/pulse/* /etc/pulse/ You can now erase all that ...


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The actual/official fix for this issue is using the Fn + Spacebar to either set the keyboard back-lighting to high or off.


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I fixed it! I needed to be in group "audio" to make it all work. Fixed with usermod -a -G audio [username] It makes sense from seeing the ownership of the devices in /dev/snd, I guess, but I didn't figure this out until I saw an unrelated tutorial on how to get sound to work on rasberian


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Same error message while trying to start jack on Ubuntu-Studio 14.04, on a Dell laptop. aplay -l output: **** Liste des Périphériques Matériels PLAYBACK **** carte 0: HDMI [HDA Intel HDMI], périphérique 3: HDMI 0 [HDMI 0] Sous-périphériques: 1/1 Sous-périphérique #0: subdevice #0 carte 0: HDMI [HDA Intel HDMI], périphérique 7: HDMI 1 [HDMI 1] ...


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Instead of load-module module-alsa-sink device=hw:3,0 you can do load-module module-switch-on-connect works fine


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Not sure whether it will work as I have not been in this situation. Try this: sudo apt-get install --reinstall vlc


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Re-installing a package is a good start, but if often doesn't do enough to bring back all the defaults. Try starting the package more fresh with these steps: $ sudo apt-get remove --purge alsa-base pulseaudio indicator-sound $ sudo apt-get install alsa-base pulseaudio indicator-sound $ sudo alsa force-reload $ killall pulseaudio; rm -r ~/.config/pulse/* ; ...


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I've had this problem consistently with each version of Ubuntu since 9.04. For me, I had to add the users to the audio and pulse-access groups, and to do so, you'll need sudo rights and a graphical user interface, or a text editor. In my case, I use vim from the terminal. You may wish to use gedit: evilsupahfly@black-beast:~$ sudo vim /etc/group ...


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This worked for me sudo /usr/bin/amixer set Master toggle I tried all the other things suggested in this thread, and nothing worked.


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Reason is "recording" feature is not "enabled": sudo apt-get install gnome-alsamixer gnome-alsamixer In a dialog window find your sources and check Rec. for each, input will then appear.


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This noise reduction tip from the pulseaudio mailing list helped me: http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/pulseaudio-discuss/2015-March/023306.html


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First Method: Execute following commands one by one in terminal : sudo apt-get remove --purge alsa-base pulseaudio sudo apt-get install alsa-base pulseaudio sudo alsa force-reload Restart your system and see if sound works. Second Method: Open the terminal and edit speech-dispatcher file by using the following command: sudo gedit ...



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