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This probably happens because of wireless and bluetooth interference. Wi-Fi and bluetooth share same radio frequency. With some bluetooth chips it is possible to turn on "btcoexist" parameter, which helps to avoid this problem. Your wireless/bluetooth combo chip supports it. You can turn this option on by running sudo modprobe ath9k btcoex_enable=1 To ...
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
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.
Ok, apparently the systemsettings shipped by (X)Ubuntu 15.04 is for KDE 5. This means that control center modules for KDE 4 don't show up there. They can be loaded through the kcmshell4 command. In my case, it was kcmshell4 kcmnotify Then go to “Player settings” → “No audio output”. Silence.
Easily press the shortcut Shift+Ctrl+G or open the menu Transport -> Record This will start recording your streamed audio.
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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