Problem with Sound settings
jimoe at sohnen-moe.com
Wed Jan 21 19:00:44 CET 2015
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linux 3.16.7-7-desktop x86_64
Tweaking the settings for xfce sometimes causes the sound settings
to disconnect. All sounds go silent.
The first symptom is that the speaker icon on the panel shows as
muted, and it is not possible to unmute it. The only solution I have
found to this situation is to reboot. Then I have to log into Gnome
(KDE might work also, haven't tried) to re-connect and set the volume
up in the Gnome "Sound" settings. I can then return to xfce and have
There does not appear to be a similar settings panel for Sound that
is required to re-enable sound after it has been damaged. The only
sound option in Settings Manager is "Audio Mixer," which is not useful
in this instance.
Perhaps I am missing something?
moe dot james at sohnen-moe dot com
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