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Unfortunately this is the way TwinView Dual-Display Architecture works... It 's the way Nvidia found correct to give a direct way to a X session to support multiples monitors at the time. You can try Xinerama but unfortunately you will not be able to activate compositing . https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/multihead


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I also have the late 2015 Dell XPS 13. The jack is Intel's new multi-purpose connector. It is an integrated USB-C and Thunderbolt 3. So you can use a dongle that operates on either standard. (I'm not allowed to comment or I would put this there).


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I am guessing that the problem is that distro doesn't automatically change sound configuration - HDMI requires digital output which is not set automatically and although you have connected TV to PC's HDMI jack, there is no output to it. That was the problem in my case (and still is). I found out that it's a software issue because HDMI sound worked fine when ...


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This worked on a Dell Inspiron 3647 running Ubuntu Studio 14.04: Opened a terminal (Ctrl-Alt-T) Typed "alsamixer" at the prompt, then hit enter Hit F6 key, then chose another card from what was listed Tested the sound with a Burning Spear video on Youtube, and had sound Hope this helps you.


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might this help ? even re installing might be simpler incase you want to try some deeper digging. either is good i think https://www.debian-administration.org/article/201/Changing_X11_resolution_on_the_fly


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I wanted to install a second monitor to my desktop via HDMI. In the boot process-the HDMI-port died. I fixed this by disabling the X.Org X server Nouveau display driver and to install and select the NVIDIA binary driver 340.96 in the Ubuntu Software & Updates -> Extra drivers menu. Now I got a dual screen configuration.


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Just go with the official NVidia drivers directly from NVidia! for your card, NVidia is offering 352.63 http://www.nvidia.co.uk/download/driverResults.aspx/95285/en-uk and use this guide to install it: http://www.allaboutlinux.eu/remove-nouveau-and-install-nvidia-driver-in-ubuntu-15-04/ Regards


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Solved it. I had to use pacmd set-default-sink rather than pactl set-card-profile. To be able to use it in a script, you must export PULSE_RUNTIME_PATH also. Create /usr/local/bin/hdmi_sound_toggle: #!/bin/sh HDMI_STATUS=`cat /sys/class/drm/card0/card0-HDMI-A-1/status` export PULSE_RUNTIME_PATH="/run/user/1000/pulse/" if [ $HDMI_STATUS = "connected" ] ...


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Long story short: change audio output device to something else and then back to the desired device Full version: I know it's bit outdated, but still. I've just run into similar problem on Ubuntu GNOME 15.10 - everything worked apart Firefox. I remember lately using my laptop with TV via HDMI and changing sound output to it. Today, in my "Sound" ...



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