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I'm hoping this will help someone out.. I've always had this issue and i just fixed it on ubuntu 13:10 (Pear Os 8). inside the /etc/pulse/default.pa file there is a line to select alsa sink..that is the key for me.This is what i had to change mine to to make it save volumes... ### Load audio drivers statically ### (it's probably better to not load these ...
I ran into this problem as well. I had two network icons displayed and when removing one of it, I had removed the indicator plugin. The above steps worked for me.
The problem with the volume control appeared for me, too. I changed lots of audio settings in wine and foobar2000, but nothing worked. Then I remembered, that i changed in the wine settings the windows version from Windows XP to Windows 7. Resetting it to Windows XP solved the problem for me.
You can do it using pulse itself (I won't recommend using ALSA because then you can't use the GUI to bring the volume up/down). If you have only one soundcard you may use: pactl set-sink-volume 0 +10% This makes the volume 10% up. If you want it 10% down: pactl set-sink-volume 0 -10% If you need the volume at 50%: pactl set-sink-volume 0 50% If you ...
amixer set 'Master' 10%+ - to increase max sound 10% amixer set 'Master' 10%- - to decrease max sound 10% amixer set 'Master' 10% - to get 10% of the max sound amixer set 'Master' 80% - to get 80% of the max sound .. etc. If you want to set the volume to other than 'Master', check the list by: amixer scontrols You may also want to check out ...
I also had same problem. But able to get work arround with this command. sudo rm /dev/input/js0 Some games detect keyboard as joystick. So I removed it. But don't know whether it causes any problem or not. Right now I don't have any though. Happy Gaming!
Googling yielded this bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-sound/+bug/1208204 They propose two workarounds: 1) Downgrading to install indicator-sound_12.10.2daily13.04.12-0ubuntu1_amd64 from Rapid, and 2) Restarting the thingy with killall indicator-sound-service;/usr/lib/indicator-sound-gtk2/indicator-sound-service I have ...
Easy: http://xfce.10915.n7.nabble.com/XFCE-volume-manager-daemon-disabling-notifications-td9405.html Why don't you remove notification area from your panel? Right click on panel. Click on "Properties". Click on "Add new items". Click on "Notification area" icon. Click on "Delete". Simple.
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