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I've tried the hda-jack-retask tool, but I couldn't get it working quite right, and the program itself seems quite buggy. On Windows, it's possible to do this on the Realtek audio panel, and I wanted to do the same on Linux.

I'm running Ubuntu Gnome 15.10, with kernel 4.4.2. My motherboard is a Gigabyte P35-DS3L (rev 2.0), and I am using the onboard audio.

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I think this will help 3 year ago question

If not here is a project that suppose to do the same as hda-jack-retask JACK

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I've managed to solve the problem by myself with the hda-jack-retask tool.

I had to uncomment and set autospawn = no on /etc/pulse/client.conf, and do killall pulseaudio next. Only then did the changes I applied on hda-jack-retask work.

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