Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

There is a known issue about this kind of HDMI audio detection issue when the laptop is booted without the charger. The power saving stuff sometimes make the detection not working. One easy way to verify this is to forcibly (harmless, don't worry) play a sound with command-line commands, assign the output to the HDMI port even if it's not in your sound ...


0

Easiest way to deal with pulseaudio is to do following: Remove all pulse packages. sudo apt-get purge pulseaudio* Install all packages back again. sudo apt-get install pulseaudio*


2

I installed pavucontrol and opened it via the terminal.In the input levels from the internal microphone I made one channel maxed and the other placed down to zero. And my mic works now in skype.


0

Check , in alsamixer, "speaker" fader is not muted and try to tweak "automute" control state ( using arrow keys) Check also in pavucontrol ( install it is not present) "output device" tab : you should have 2 ports available(headphone and speaker ) It seems some people have problem with standby mode : sometime speaker works coming from standby : look ...


1

The post in that thread links to the specific revision where it was fixed on 2014-08-05. The latest version is 1.5-4 which was released 2014-10-10 to be available for 14.10 (as the author said it would be), so it includes that fix. You can try installing the new version from the PPA but it may depend on newer software than you have with Precise. You could ...


1

Long time I was looking solution and finally helped me that link: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2246613 Ubuntu 14.04 Audio sink problem to Logitech Wireless Adapter Hello, jcmoriaud. I had this problem recently as I bought a bluetooth speaker and attempted to connect to it with my laptop. It kept giving me "Connection Failed: Stream ...


0

Run regedit Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Drivers Set Audio to alsa To restore Ubuntu's default value, repeat the first 2 steps and then set Audio to pulse.


0

The current existing answers did not resolve the issue for me. It turned out the fix was much simpler in my case. I simply ran: killall jackd That's everything I needed to get audio working after restarting Alsa and PulseAudio for the last time. If it still won't work, then you maybe really need to: Clean the configuration files and/or; Reinstall Alsa ...


0

Yes there is: amixer set Master 100%. However, that sets the master volume to 100% and then leaves it there, so the polite thing (and not easy way) to do would be: #!/bin/bash declare iCurrentVolume=`amixer get Master | tail -n 1 | awk '{ print $4 }' | cut -c2-3` amixer set Master 100% ogg123 /usr/share/sounds/ubuntu/stereo/bell.ogg amixer set Master ...


0

Same issue as John N, trying to get SPDIF working on a Zotac box, using Ubuntu 14.10. I walked through the same steps, and got 5.1 channel sound selected, but when trying to play videos without pavucontrol open the videos would freeze and the AV receiver would show intermittent signal being received. Leaving pavucontrol open did indeed enable playback of ...


0

What you're trying to do is find recipes in a dictionary... Just use a cookbook! Official PulseAudio Documentation Or alternatively, you can surf to: www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/PulseAudio/


0

I also had a similar problem, and none of the above solved it. It turned out that in addition to reinstalling ubuntu-desktop, I had to remove my ~/.pulse folder. It's not usually there, but I had created it while following some instructions online to solve some specific issues, and later I completely forgot about it.


0

For skype, "Skype" -> "Options" -> "Sound devices" -> Uncheck "Allow skype to automatically adjust my mixer level"


1

Unlike MPD in system wide mode PulseAudio is running in userspace. This means, all pulseaudio settings including Bluetooth discovery and providing a Bluetooth audio sink is done from a user session. The MPD daemon, when running system wide, is unable to access Pulse Audio devices running in a user session. As it is in theory possible to run Pulse Audio in ...


0

Running alsamixer in terminal worked for me, set it to Auto Mute and you should find your machine will play sound through one or the other rather than both


0

Thanks for the suggestions - it wasn't a setting, it was a faulty amplifier. Apologies for the wasting peoples time.


0

With alsamixer, locate and mute SPDIF/IEC958 channel (m to mute when fader is selected with arrows key) (from there)



Top 50 recent answers are included