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Sorry to labour the point, but I've gone through my answer and found it full of gaps. I have written a full tutorial on the linux mint forum, to which I would like to refer anyone looking for this particular answer. So, here is the link. [Solved] Fix for ALSA Volume reset to 100% at boot/ reboot


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I know this question is a year old, but I figured this out myself just moments ago. I have a machine (music@jukebox) and I discovered as long as I am logged in as the user music on the server I can log in simultaneously through ssh/putty/whatever on another machine and the audio plays through the speakers on the server machine just fine. I hope this helps. ...


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The solution is here (thanks to Paul Wall). First try to do 2 cold reboot in Ubuntu (cold reboot means that do need to shutdown and power up and not reboot!). If you still have no sound, try sudo modprobe snd-soc-rt286 and then select the sound card in Systems Settings/Sound (for me, that worked). If you want to have the module automatically load at ...


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Unfortunately the window size of the GNOME sound settings is hard-coded and can not be changed. It will adapt its size according to the length of display for a chosen audio sink. To overcome this we can use a custom name (device.description) for the rather lengthy combined sink to not list all slaves we had used. Rather than by running paprefs we create ...


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You can usehdajackretask for that, which is part of the package alsa-tools-gui. You can install it with sudo apt-get install alsa-tools-gui.


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Don't remove it, it's part of the system. Pulseaudio is installed by default, something else must of gone wrong here but to answer your question. To stop pulse restarting run echo "autospawn = no" > $HOME/.config/pulse/client.conf This makes a file client.conf in .config/pulse that disables its autospawn, now you can kill it if you want pkill -f ...


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Well I managed to fix it, but it isn't the solution I was looking for. I would have like to know how to properly troubleshoot the problem or understand where and how it originated. I basically re-installed gnome desktop and rebooted. sudo apt-get install gnome-desktop-enviornment Hope this helps some one else. Cheers


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As a temporary solution, i suggest you put that line into your .bashrc. The only problem is that it will run every time you open up a terminal.



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