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From the command line, man lsof sudo lsof +D /dev/snd will list all the open files in /dev/snd, and which program has them open. See also man fuser.


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Rater than putting these commands into our .profile it is recommended to add all modules needed into our /etc/pulse/default.pa or in a copy of this file in our home in ~/.pulse/default.pa resp. ~/.config/pulse/default.pa for a per user setting (which will override all settings defined in /etc/pulse/default.pa). Adding these lines to this file: load-module ...


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When you are playing audio via different applications, go to Sound option from system settings and select tab Applications. Then you will be able to see volume settings for each applications that currently play sound. eg: vlc player, Alsa audio plugin etc. You can then set volume for each applications. Hope this might help you.


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The command line tools for pulseaudio allow adjusting the volume of a defined sink: pactl set-sink-volume <name|index> <volume> To find the sinks in use for their <name> or <index> (any of both will work), and to display the present volume we can issue: pactl list sinks The <volume> can take any value from 0 % (or 0) to ...


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I found out that what needs to be done for it to change is this: 1. Navigate to Settings > Sound > Sound Effects, and select what you want as the new default: 2. Close the Window. 3. Restart GDM with: sudo service gdm restart The step I missed was restarting GDM.


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I found the solution! It was not related to chromium or firefox, it a configuration setting. In pulseaudio, sound stream from this 2 applications were configured to go to HDMI audio output, instead of built-in speakers. As you can not change this setting for each application in the default "sound" application, I had to install pavucontrol and then I ...


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I had the same problem and for several months I have tried all possible solutions I could find to no avail,... until today! I found the solution in post #17 in the following https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1526534#p1526534 (tnx SimFox3) What I did: First copy the files I edited sudo cp /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf_tmp ...


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What worked for me was to go into /home/(user)/.config/pulse/default.pa and scroll to the bottom to set-sink-volume and change the value to 0


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Installing systemd-sysv package fixed this problem for me.



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