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It is hard to tell over the static but for me it sounds like one of the default pidgin sounds. It could also be the systembell. To Further debug you sound you could kill the existing pulseaudio server, with pulseaudio -k. And launch pulseaudio -vvvvv It could be that you have any kind of IM running in background? Is there anything visible running in your ...


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Just wanted to report that after upgrading to Kubuntu 15.04, and KDE 5, switching between bluetooth profiles works fine.


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The XDG_RUNTIME_DIR solution worked for me, but there is no need to create a file in /etc/systemd/system. Just add this line in /etc/init.d/mpd: export XDG_RUNTIME_DIR=/run/user/1000 I already have specified mpd to run as my own user and "audio" group in /etc/mpd.conf.


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Looks like you hit the bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1457369. It will be fixed in 3.19.0-20.20 which will be released the end of this week. If you can't wait, you can either downgrade your kernel or grab 3.19.0-20.20 from trusty-proposed (see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed)


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The solution is the "sink" field in the audio_output section of.mpdconf. I mistakenly thought mpd used the "name" field to select which pulseaudio sink to use, so I set "name" to the pulseaudio name (i.e. "rockigreen"). In actuality, mpd's "name" field is just the label used for the output. However if you put the pulseaudio "name" in the .mpdconf "sink" ...


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It is possible in "Audio Mixser Plugin". Probably it is included in the xfce4-mixer package.


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For pulseaudio there is module-switch-on-connect designed to switch the output sink to any new sink as soon as a connection was established. To test this module we can issue the following command in a terminal: pactl load-module module-switch-on-connect After restarting the pulseaudio server (pulseaudio -k) this module will be unloaded again. In case we ...


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Yes there is, it is called pasystray sudo apt-get install pasystray press ALT + F2 and type pasystray to start it up. Next, you need to add the "notification area" to the xfce panel if not already added. Finally, you will see a speaker icon on the desktop panel. Click the icon to adjust the speaker. Go to startup applications and add it there to ...



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