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I'm a computer science student from Manchester, England. I also work as an Android programmer for ribot in Brighton, England.


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accepted USB Audio Device Loopback Through Speakers
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comment USB Audio Device Loopback Through Speakers
Ok, I've found the way to do it. You only need to do this if you want to loopback from a device other than the microphone or line in (the default ones). Go to software center and install "PulseAudio Volume Control". Open it up and go to the recording tab. In the show dropdown select "all". In the "loopback from internal audio" section (or whatever the output device you want is) select the input device you want to loopback from (in my case the USB one). After you do this it works perfectly :D Thanks Clausi :D Can you add it to your answer for future reference please :)
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comment USB Audio Device Loopback Through Speakers
Actually it does seem to work but it loops back the microphone built into the laptop. This happens irrespective of which device I select under the input tab. How would I go about telling it to use a different device?
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comment USB Audio Device Loopback Through Speakers
I get a new thing under the application tab. It has no icon (the grey square with the red circle strike through icon). It's on full volume and not muted but nothing is coming out of the speakers. I've made sure the USB device is selected as the input device.
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comment USB Storage Device Automount
Still no on that one :'( No error either. I'm thinking it's just going to have to be a complete reinstall job :(
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comment USB Storage Device Automount
I'm on a laptop with no floppy drive and there's no line like that in my fstab. Do I need lines in fstab to point to the removable devices or is this not what fstab is for?
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comment USB Storage Device Automount
I've done that and launchpad suggests that this bug is the same and I don't need to post another one. It seems to be marked as fixed though :S bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gvfs/+bug/435136
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comment USB Storage Device Automount
@Ralf Sorry, it was actually a fresh install. I forgot I tried to just do the update but it broke and ended up just doing a fresh install. I'll update the question to reflect this.