sound devices in gnome
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Wed Jul 5 18:59:03 UTC 2017
I forgot that I'm using mate, not gnome.
in earlier versions of debian I could select the sound device I wanted
and it worked.
I don't want pulse audio, so I disabled it.
now I can't hear nothing at all.
alsa works just fine in the terminal, but not in mate.
2017-07-05 15:50 GMT+02:00, Linux for blind general discussion
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> The below advice assumes pulseaudio is being used. There are some of us,
> not just AT users but also professional musicians and audio
> professionals, who prefer to avoid pulseaudio.
> And therein hangs the tale. The answer isn't necessarily obvious.
> However, the first question is obvious: Who's in charge? pulseaudio?
> alsa? Or, still possibly, though not as likely, oss?
> Linux for blind general discussion writes:
>> Where do you try to select the sound card? In gnome-control-center ->
>> If so, try Pulseaudio Volume Control (pavucontrol), or vise versa - if
>> that's what you're using til now, try gnome-control-center -> Sound.
>> Best wishes,
>> Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Tue, Jul 04, 2017 at 11:45:52PM +0200
>> > --
>> > Kristoffer Gustafsson
>> > Salängsgatan 7a
>> > tel:033-12 60 93
>> > mobil: 0730-500934
>> > Hi.
>> > I have troble with my sound cards in gnome.
>> > I can select one, but when I select that the sound doesn't come from
>> > that card but a card that is not selected. the built in audio.
>> > I've got an usb mixer, and a creative audigy card.
>> > I try to select them. the same thing. just the built in realtek chip.
>> > what can this be?
>> > /Kristoffer
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