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Re: [K12OSN] No Volume Control Elements and/or devices found



OK, so I just had a chance to test on an FC4 box, and indeed, just
changing the gstreamer-properties (or under Preferences -> More
Preferences -> Multimedia Systems Selector) so that the Audio output was
ESD and the Audio input was OSS did the trick!  (I'm using esd on the
thin clients).  Sound came out as expected when I test the Audio Output
ESD test button.

(BTW:  For video to work properly on most thin clients, change the Video
Output under the Video tab to "Xwindows (No xv)")

Now, this wrote a configuration file in my user account, so this doesn't
seem to be system-wide.  The conf file is
~/.gconf/system/gstreamer/0.8/default/%gconf.xml

There is a corresponding file in /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults , but I'm
not sure exactly how to edit it.  I'll let you know once I google around
a bit.

Anyhow, since gstreamer is used for gnome and kde these days, this
should fix sound for most applications.

Now, if you use nasd....  I would try setting the Audio output to OSS,
but I'm an ESD kind of guy, so I'll leave that to the nasd fans...

Hope that helped,

-Gadi

On Wed, 2005-07-20 at 13:16 -0500, Mark Cockrell wrote:
> >Check and see if the sound server is enabled in Gnome....if it
> >is...disable it.  All it really does is produce the bings and bongs for
> >system alerts, but in my experience it will prevent many sound apps from
> >working at all.  Disable the sound server and then try...things may work
> >now (you may need to reboot).  
> >
> >I use nasd and IceWM and have had sound in Flash, all apps, all players,
> >and Firefox for quite some time now.  I have yet to try sound in K12LTSP
> >4.4, but I will the first week in August.  If you guys get something else
> >working...document it to save me the headache  *please?*
> >
> >David N. Trask
> >Technology Teacher/Coordinator
> >Vassalboro Community School
> >dtrask vcsvikings org
> >(207)923-3100
> >
> 
> Nope.  The Gnome sound server is not turned on.  Just for grins I turned
> in on.  Still nothing.  Anyone else have any ideas?  I had sound working
> on 4.2 using NASD with Gnome, IceWM, and KDE.  Same server, same
> terminal, no sound.
> 
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