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Install pavucontrol and select the right in input devices.
xfce4-volumed only works for me when it is not running in daemon mode. The volume keys work for me when I run this command to kill any existing volumed processes and start a new one that is not running in daemon mode: kill `pidof xfce4-volumed` ; mkdir -p /tmp/volumed && cd /tmp/volumed && nohup xfce4-volumed --no-daemon & This runs ...
You can use qdbus to access the graphical kmix from the command line. These are the commands to increase and decrease the volume: qdbus org.kde.kmix /kmix/KMixWindow/actions/increase_volume com.trolltech.Qt.QAction.trigger qdbus org.kde.kmix /kmix/KMixWindow/actions/decrease_volume com.trolltech.Qt.QAction.trigger for reference, man qdbus shows the ...
It looks like you're not using the default Xfce volume slider (perhaps in Xubuntu it is default, but not in Xfce). I suspect that you're using the indicator plugin, which I don't like nor use. I would suggest that you try adding Audio Mixer plugin to the panel. To have it available you need to: sudo apt-get install xfce4-mixer
I used to replace GTK3 indicator (buggy) with the GTK2 one : Open with superuser rights the file /usr/share/dbus-1/services/indicator-sound.service (Mousepad is the default file-editor in Xubuntu, replace it with Gedit or Leafpad if necessary) : gksu mousepad /usr/share/dbus-1/services/indicator-sound.service Comment the existing line (comment = add a # ...
RE the themes You need to set both the GTK theme and the window manager theme to the theme you want to use: Install Ubuntu Tweak. Navigate to this page in Ubuntu Tweak and set both "Gtk theme" and "Window theme" to the one you want to use.
Open a terminal and try this command: alsamixer This will open the ALSA mixer application, which should allow you to be able to increase the level of master volume sound.
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