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I have the same problem with my Lenovo laptop with built in NVidia GeForce GT 730M. Fresh install of Ubuntu 16.04 and nvidia-367. Sound worked with the nvidia-361 and lower, but then the onboard intel card was used for graphics instead of gt730. Now, on nvidia-367 graphics are working perfectly, but no Nvidia HDMI sound is detected. (I tried using the ...


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The only way it works for me is to use a Thunderbolt Docking Station like belkin thunderbolt 2 dock or kanex thunderbolt dock. with this both the apple thunderbolt display works as a Display but the ports (ethernet, firewire,usb) are not usable. so its not a cheap solution.


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With the installation of the Nvidia driver in Ubuntu distros a second portion is also installed which provides control over the setting for your Nvidia card and it's outputs [Nvidia-Settings] (to those who keep editing my posts to remove the apostrophe from it's that is not reasonable as the apostrophe signifies that the term "it's" is posessive and the HDMI ...


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I know how this problem can be annoying. I used to install the proprietary ATI driver, however when I updated to 16.04 I figure out this issue. I realized that problem was easily solved pressing ctrl + alt + f6 and ctrl + alt + f7 or changing the resolution with the xrandr. So I created this following workaround. Open the terminal, and type the following ...


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In XBMC (or Kodi, as it's now called, open it) go to SYSTEM on the right side end of the on screen list. Click SETTINGS underneath. Then select "Settings" and once there change the "Settings Level" to Expert by clicking the Setting Level area twice. Select "Settings" then "Video Output" and change to video device to your HDMI output (you can also block the ...


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Okay, a simple run of the following command: apt-cache search pulse | egrep 'tray|indicator' returns the following: indicator-sound - System sound indicator. indicator-sound-gtk2 - System sound indicator. pasystray - PulseAudio controller for the system tray pnmixer - Simple mixer application for system tray volti - control audio volume from system tray/...


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If I understand you right, you want to mirror your displays To do that, open Settings > Display, and just tick Mirror Displays option. If you want to do that in terminal, run the following command: xrandr --output builtindisplayname --same-as 2nddisplayname Now it should work


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As it is written, what you want to do exactly is unclear. If I understand correctly, you just need to check the "mirror displays" option. Go Settings > displays:


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I had this problem as well, and it was fixed around ubutnu 15.10. Using the most recent version might work, and you could try this with a 16.04 live CD. Many hardware issues are fixed on more recent version.


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Assuming you have the Nvidia Geforce GT 750M card, run the following commands and reboot. If you don't have this card, do not run these commands, leave me a comment and provide the proper card instead. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-361 Reboot. This will install the proprietary drivers for your nvidia card. If you are not sure, search ...


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Here is an temp solution that works... The dimming mechanism scans the outer edges of the screen - if you bring up a Google [white] screen and then place your movie/game screen inside it leaving about 0.5 inch" around the outside it won't dim...


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So it turns out everything you think you're editing in /etc/pulse/default.pa file isn't doing squat until you copy it to your current user profile (~/.config/pulse/) Shout out to Nebuzaradan for discovering the solution: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/293399/how-to-set-hdmi-sound-output-as-default-on-ubuntu-16-04


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Open Compizconfig Settingsmanager. Go to Accessibility / Enhanced Zoom Desktop. Click on the "Disabled" titled Button of Zoom in, click on enable, grab key combination and press ctrl+f7. Do the same for Zoom out, and you are set. Screenshot:enter image description here


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I have just installed AMDGPU-PRO driver (current version is 16.30) and the sound now works from my screen using the HDMI cable! $ sudo lspci | grep VGA gives me [AMD/ATI] Tonga PRO [Radeon R9 285/380]



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