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Re: No audio on F11 and pulseaudio questions



Chris wrote:
2009/6/11 stan <goedigi89__e cox net>:
In /etc/alsa the default device for alsa is set to pulseaudio.  If you move
the file that does that you will get the default alsa device which is the
first sound card on your system.  Then if you kill pulseaudio, it won't
respawn.

I tried moving the file /etc/alsa/pulse-default.conf to /etc/ but it
still respawned when I did a "pulseaudio -k".

I just had another thought. Did you log out and log back in in order to pick up the new configuration? Alsa will read the default when it starts at login and keep it until you log out.

If alsa is working you should be able to type the command

alsamixer

in a terminal or console and have the original alsa mixer come up instead of the pulseaudio version.


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