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Month: March 2015

Re: [trinity-users] rebooted, no sound

From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@...>
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2015 21:56:22 -0400
On Friday 20 March 2015 21:22:55 James Gholston wrote:
> I ran into this problem recently (but before my upgrade to 14 from
> 13.2) and it took me longer than I want to admit to to discover that
> it was sending all audio output to my VIDEO card.
> Try installing and using PulseAudio Volume Control (Ubuntu and
> possibly Debian package name: pavucontrol).
> After running it, click on the Configuration tab.  If you see some
> sort of phantom device (such as HDMI Audio if that's not what you're
> using -- my display is DVI and predates HDMI), set its profile to Off.
>  Next, make sure your setting on the Output tab is corresponding to
> where your actual audio is hooked up, such as Analog Output.
> Hope this helps!

Did that, can't connect to server as none of the rest of pulse is 
installed either.

It was working before the reboot, and had been since the install in 
February IIRC.  But, FWIW, when Isaid it was dead, I had not yet started 
fetchmail, and once that was running, the incoming mail beep is working.  
But no web sound yet.

Is there a meta package that will install whats needed?

Thank you James.

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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