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Even though the question is asking for a script, I wanted to leave this here. I have written a C application that does this on Ubuntu. Even better, it sits on the indicator tray (using libappindicator) and checks what Spotify is playing, on short intervals. If it is playing an ad (checks against a blacklist) it mutes the Spotify. If a new ad is being ...


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The problem goes away after disabling the "auto mute mode" cheers


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Based in this link and this link ...i tested and WORKS FINE ubuntu 14.04 you should create a rule in /etc/udev/rules.d/100-hdmi_sound.rules whith this content SUBSYSTEM=="drm", ACTION=="change", RUN+="/lib/udev/hdmi_sound_toggle.sh" then create sudo -H gedit /lib/udev/hdmi_sound_toggle.sh whith your content #!/bin/bash HDMI_STATUS=`cat ...


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If you have sound in your guest account, then most likely you have accidentally done something wrong to the pulse audio configuration in your own account. Try removing (or renaming, just to be on the safe side) the pulse subdirectory of the .config directory of the account that has no audio: cd ~/.config mv pulse pulse-renamed Then log out of your ...


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I had many issues with my late 2013 iMac 21.5" as well. The setup which currently works for me is the following: Pulseaudio and alsa default settings in /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf, make sure you have the following option options snd-hda-intel model=imac27_122 Then, speakers should work out of the box. To fix headphones, I had to use hda_analyzer.py, ...


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If you dual boot with Windows 8, see this answer. If headphones work, and the speaker doesn't work or works intermittently, please click "Does this bug affect you?" in the upper left of this bug. In this case, it is a bug that, in its nature, intermittently exists. I'm pretty sure it is a start-up bug of some sort, and have already noted it as such in the ...


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I just solved the problem by myself. I once edited /etc/pulse/default.pa to disable the module-suspend-on-idle, because the first 0.5-1 second of each sound output was cut off. Guess I rather accept that than no sound. As it turned out, I did this just before I launched VLC for the first time. Sorry for blaming you VLC ;) YouTube now works again as well.



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