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Re: [trinity-users] Re: Help with HDMI audio please!

From: Jimmy Johnson <field.engineer@...>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2018 00:18:16 -0700
On 04/20/2018 11:42 PM, deloptes wrote:
> Jimmy Johnson wrote:
> 
>> I'm trying to setup Trinity with No-Systemd and get a good HDMI
>> connection for both audio and video, it seems with systemd this is no
>> problem and without systemd it's a hit and miss thing, if I keep at it I
>> can get it working but I don't know what I'm doing and get frustrated. I
>> have 3 multimedia computers one has nvidia and I'm watching video and I
>> have audio, I can turn audio down using the video player vol control but
>> the tde-mixer or pulseaudio vol control are not working.  The other two
>> are Intel audio and video and I feel lucky to get audio at all,
>> sometimes it's just video and when I go to the konsole and type $
>> 'pulseaudio --start' I can get audio.  Any help to get all this to
>> working auto-magic would be greatly appreciated.
> 
> first of all for desktop use there are some adventages with systemd, though
> I have not yet found it out. I use Debian, but with sysv-rc and init.


Well I'm not using systemd, so I don't care to argue pros and cons.

> Secondly did you try removing your ~/.pulse directory, or ~/.config/pulse
> 
> Lastly is pulseaudio configured to start automatically?
> cat /etc/pulse/client.conf | grep autospawn
> 
> autospawn can be set also in your ~/.pulse directory, or ~/.config/pulse


I think I may have it working now, I found some firmware for intel-sound 
and pulseaudio kicked in and the tmixer is working too. :)  I have 
another Intel to go and I'll take care of it tomorrow.  Now the amd with 
nividia is working, but not with tmixer and I still don't know what to 
do about that?

Thanks,
-- 
Jimmy Johnson

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