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The command line tools for pulseaudio allow adjusting the volume of a defined sink: pactl set-sink-volume <name|index> <volume> To find the sinks in use for their <name> or <index> (any of both will work), and to display the present volume we can issue: pactl list sinks The <volume> can take any value from 0 % (or 0) to ...


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When you are playing audio via different applications, go to Sound option from system settings and select tab Applications. Then you will be able to see volume settings for each applications that currently play sound. eg: vlc player, Alsa audio plugin etc. You can then set volume for each applications. Hope this might help you.


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What worked for me was to go into /home/(user)/.config/pulse/default.pa and scroll to the bottom to set-sink-volume and change the value to 0


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To make volume levels universal for all devices you will have to edit a /etc/pulse/default.pa file. So, to do it in gedit with root permissions run: sudo gedit /etc/pulse/default.pa This is an excerpt of the file: ### Automatically restore the volume of streams and devices load-module module-device-restore load-module module-stream-restore load-module ...


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you can`t do this on a mounted partition, so you will need a live CD/USB. you can get it here, then burn it to CD/USB and boot from it. after you can use GParted tool included in live version of ubuntu and resize any needed partitions. p.s. if ubuntu live will automatically mount partitions you want to resize you can unmount them via "right click" - ...



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