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I searching other thread and forums, alsa-tools have hdajackretask tools to swap sound port.


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Open sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf and add options snd-hda-intel model=MODEL to it, changing MODEL to the model name such as acer. kernel.org - HD Audio Models HdaIntelSoundHowto It would also be helpful to know what computer you are using.


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Have you tried this enter this: audio_output (alsa_output.pci_0000_01_00.hdmi-sureround-extra2) Case (audio_output) pulse="true" vlc="playback" playback alsa_output.pci_0000_01_00.hdmi-sureround-extra2 endl and it might work fine after you reinstalled m4v vlc and pulse.


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This is a placeholder so no one spends any more time on this - will clean up question and answer tomorrow when I have more time. The solution is the "sink" field. 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. "greenrocki"). In actuality, mpd's "name" field is just the ...


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Copied answer from comments: Somehow I have found a fix (upon boot there is nothing listed in devices): If I have something playing in chrome and then I sudo alsa force-reload then it works (there is no hdmi output device, it only shows when I plug it in)


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Insert your head phones and in Terminal run the command alsamixer, and then switch the volume bar for headphone by pressing M. If the sound appears and everything goes smooth then you can save the result of alsamixer by running the command sudo alsactl store This should save alsamixer configurations to /etc/asound.state which gets loaded every startup. ...


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Make sure you have the 32bit SDL library: sudo apt-get install libsdl1.2debian:i386 if it doesn't work - make sure ET points to the right location. sudo nano et -> go to line ~11. and make sure that path is correct. You can locate the path by running locate libSDL-1.2.so.0


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Bose AE2w Headphones runs in 2 different modes: Telephony Duplex (HSP/HFP) for 2 ways comunication. (Mic and speakers) High Fidelity Playback (A2DP) for 1 way comunication. (speakers only but in high quality) Ubuntu does not currently know how to switch between the different modes it seems. However you can manualy change them using the commandline with 2 ...


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for listen OGG/Vorbis radio stream just write ogg123 http://ai-radio.org be sure u have installed vorbis packages


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just write one line in terminal;) and listen radio streams for OGG/OPUS streams wget -qO- http://ai-radio.org/128.opus | opusdec - - | aplay -qfdat be sure u have installed opus packages Enjoy


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I don't know any way to lock a control with ALSA or PulseAudio, but this little hack should work: stdbuf -oL alsactl monitor | \ while read; do amixer -D pulse sset Master 0,- done It watches for volume changes using alsactl monitor (you can run this command yourself and change the volume to see what it does), and every time a change is made, it ...


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I tested the following again and it works on another computer without any issues. Perhaps you did not restart mpd after you inserted the TCP module into pulseaudio. Or perhaps you did not enable the 2nd output. Change your 2nd output in your mpd.conf to: audio_output { type "pulse" name "MPD Pulse Output" server ...


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EDITED BASED ON UPDATED INFORMATION Your wifi card seems have trouble with 12.04 kernel and you may need to compile kernel yourself. This is based on ubuntu forum thread http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2172044 I suggest try to upgrade your kernel to 12.04 HWE (Hardware Enablement Stack - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack), use this ...


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Solution found here https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1460933#p1460933 in the comments of the bug. I had to modify add options snd-hda-intel enable=0,1,0 Somewhere in my /etc/modprobe.d, I chose to put it in my Alsa.conf because that seemed to make sense. Beyond that the best I can tell as to what happened to the driver was that something ...


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Pulseaudio is not running : Type pulseaudio in a terminal and see if pavucontrol is ok. If yes , the problem is that pulseaudio is not starting automatically when session starts: then run these 2 command in a terminal : mkdir .pulse echo autospawn=yes > ~/.pulse/client.conf Restart session and test. If no, something prevents pulseaudio to start: ...


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You can use Shazam for android with Archon Runtume and Google Chrome http://archon-runtime.github.io/ Download and install Shazam to your android device Export Shazam apk with Archon packager (install from google play) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.bpear.archonpackager&hl=de Download Archon Runtime 2.1 Beta and Google Chrome ...


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It appears that it's related with the HDMI port on the TV. I had this problem and at first I solved it turning off my home theater, so that the audio would come from the TV's speakers. Then, after reading this post I tried using the HDMI extender and now I get the sound from my home theater. I hope it helps.


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i sorted. it was the alsamixer.


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I think I maky have found a solution so i'm answering my own question! It might help someone else if they're struggling anyway. So heres what I did. I ran lsmod in a Terminal and saw that there were 3 different codecs in use; snd_hda_codec_generic, snd_hda_codec_hdmi and snd_hda_codec_realtek. I have no idea if this is normal but I thought maybe they have ...


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Try alsamixer from command line. Press F4 (capture) Use left or right arrow key to highlight "Mic Boost". Use up/down arrow keys to adjust sound so that hiss is inaudible.


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Try sudo apt-get install pavucontrol and see if the sound comes back when you toggle the configurations.


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step1: First open the speech-dispatcher file : sudo gedit /etc/default/speech-dispatcher Search for key RUN. If RUN=no then skip step1 to step2 , if RUN=yes then change RUN=yes to RUN=no Now reboot and try again. step2: In your terminal run the command sudo alsa force-reload After the command ends(takes some time) then reboot and check your ...


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I just ran into the same issue on version 15.04 and after looking around and trying different solutions, I found a fix. Detailed at Rhythmbox doesn't add/import MP3s from ~/Music on Ubuntu Gnome 15.04 Basically, if the Rhythmbox database gets corrupted somehow, Rhythmbox "forgets" that it can load and play MP3 files, so the trick is to remove or rename ...


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Try installing pulse audio volume control sudo apt-get install pavucontrol then when pavu is open run skype and the other aplications that record sound. Select the recording tab and see if the programs other than skype are set to be amplified recording if they are turn them down and see if this works.


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The answer to this question solved the problem: gksudo gedit /usr/share/pulseaudio/alsa-mixer/paths/analog-output.conf.common and change: [Element PCM] volume = merge to: [Element PCM] volume = ignore


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I was getting this error on 14.04 LTS when trying to stream any internet source. This is what resolved the error for me: sudo apt-get install gstreamer1.0-libav


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Some googling brought this up: Go into the Skype Options menu - Sound Devices - remove the tick at: Allow Skype to automatically adjust my mixer levels. Click Apply. Readjust the sound mixer controls.


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First try this: real shutdown from Windows Then install "Pulseaudio volume control" (aka pavucontrol, which has more controls than standard "sound settings"): In the output device tab, you can select which device is the default for pulseaudio , clicking corresponding green button . To change order at Alsa level: run this command : sudo gedit ...


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The 3.19.0-18 kernel has a bug that breaks HDMI sound on intel HDA. Rollback your kernel by running sudo apt-get purge linux-image-3.19.0-18-generic Note this will also remove linux-generic* and linux-image-generic* which means Ubuntu will never offer to upgrade your kernel ever again, so you need to remember to check if it's fixed in a new kernel in a ...


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Didn't found a great solution but the following method works: netstat -a | egrep 'LISTEN' Then go over all the ports that with LISTEN and see which are Sopcat via http://localhost::PORT_NUMBER/tv.asf Open network stream with that url in vlc and you're good


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C-Media CM8738 chips are supported by ALSA, the card should be working without 3rd party drivers. Does it show up in the sound settings and play sound? Have a look at the following page if not: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingSoundProblems I think I found the product page for the card including updated Windows drivers, no Linux drivers later than 2001 ...


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I found a solution: In VLC I went to tools --> preferences, then switched audio output to AUTOMATIC instead of ALSA and click the save button below.


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sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) git build-essential git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git cd rtlwifi_new make sudo make install cd ~ git clone -b troy https://github.com/lwfinger/rtl8723au_bt.git cd rtl8723au_bt make sudo make install Reboot and test, we may have to blacklist the rtk_btusb


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"sudo apt-get --purge remove linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils sudo apt-get isnstall linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils gdm ubuntu-desktop" should it be "sudo apt-get --purge remove linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils && sudo apt-get install linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils gdm ubuntu-desktop" you missed the && ...


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For system setting problem, try to run this : sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop For your sound problem, do a real shutdown from windows 8 (not reboot or standby) and test . If not ok , test also this command to reset pulseaudio config: rm -fr .pulse and restart pulseaudio running this 2 commands: pulseaudio -k then pulseaudio -D


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I'm running: vlc --version VLC media player 2.1.6 Rincewind (revision 2.1.6-0-gea01d28) but have had this too with some files since VLC existed... VLC is really robust, but even VLC can sometimes not correct from all errors in badly encoded files and other players might not even play the file at all! What I do then is a: nice --adjustment=18 avconv -i ...


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There is no risk as far as the sound driver itself is concerned. However, "azx_get_response timeout" messages are just symptoms caused by a problems with interrupts, and those interrupt problems are very likely to cause errors in other places. Using single_cmd cannot affect any of those other errors. If at all possible, you should try to fix those interrupt ...


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Give a try to lmms. I'm not that professional in case of Audio, but I think this should help. To install run the command: sudo apt-get install lmms


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The easiest way is using K3B. 1.- Open the CUE file in K3B. 2.- Choose convert tracks to FLAC. 3.- Press Start. It will not re-convert the tracks but only split them into tracks according to the CUE file. It will keep the original name of each track and it takes second to complete the "convertion/split".


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This worked for me: sudo echo "options snd-hda-intel model=generic" \ >> /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf and reboot your PC. For improving the out-of-the-box experience in Ubuntu, I filed bug 1457476, let's hope that this can be fixed once and for all.


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Fixed follow this: http://xps13-9333.appspot.com/#background_noise with mkdir -p /usr/local/bin wget -O /usr/local/bin/white_noise_fix.py http://xps13-9333.appspot.com/root/usr/local/bin/white_noise_fix.py chmod 744 /usr/local/bin/white_noise_fix.py changed the script on /etc/init.d/xps this line: kernel_version=$(uname -r | cut -c3-4) to ...


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Try this: go on System Settings, then Sound as follow Now, go to the Input section and select the source device. Then, start recording from Audacity like you used to.


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In Audacity you have the red button to record. Chose (Alsa - default - line:1 )


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you can install pavucontrol . It's a pretty nice sound system. sudo apt-get install pavucontrol


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Easily press the shortcut Shift+Ctrl+G or open the menu Transport -> Record This will start recording your streamed audio.


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look at the following link: Download Mass Effect Composer’s Ubuntu 14.04 Start Up Sounds


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I've edited the original answer to make it more generic. It's now good for versions 12.04-15.04 at the time of this writing.


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It's not a very elegant solution, but I found if I run pavucontrol and go to the config tab, I see two entries with pulldown menus set to 'digital stereo (hdmi) output' and 'analog stereo output' respectively. If I set the top menu to 'off' the sound starts coming through my headphones. If I set it back to the original setting and set the second one to ...


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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.


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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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