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accepted Multimedia keys don't actually change volume (even though the OSD shows a change)
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comment pavucontrol doesn't show Bluetooth headset
OK, it appears that it is not necessary to add load-module module-bluetooth-discover to default.pa. After doing so, trying to start PulseAudio fails to start, giving the error Module "module-bluetooth-discover" should be loaded once at most. Refusing to load. Everything is working if I only add the line for module-switch-on-connect to default.pa and remove the preexisting line for module-switch-on-port-available.
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comment pavucontrol doesn't show Bluetooth headset
OK, pacmd list-modules isn't showing module-bluetooth-discovery or module-switch-on-connect. Perhaps another package is needed?
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comment pavucontrol doesn't show Bluetooth headset
Shouldn't it be module-bluetooth-discovery (y on the end), from what I see in Google search results? Also, do other packages have to be installed in order to load those modules, and if so, which? When I run modprobe module-bluetooth-discovery or modprobe module-switch-on-connect (as root), it doesn't find the modules in question. Are these "modules" different from kernel modules? And should the existing line load-module module-switch-on-port-available in /etc/pulse/default.pa be removed/commented out?
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comment pavucontrol doesn't show Bluetooth headset
OK, sound worked after installing pulseaudio-module-bluetooth and restarting pulseaudio. There's one issue though - I can't control volume using the laptop's multimedia keys. When I hit up or down, the volume OSD changes but the actual sound level doesn't. In pavucontrol, I don't see any volume settings changing, for the Bluetooth headset, for the speakers/headphone jack, or for an individual program.
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comment Error when running gtk-redshift
Thanks a lot, that solved my problem!
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accepted Error when running gtk-redshift