Last edited by mark_alfred; 11-11-2014 at 11:33 PM. Hi I have searched a lot but I have not managed to find a solution for this. Logout and login again using Xfce. You can, though to you don't have to, up-vote this answer :) –Muhammad Gelbana Jan 26 '14 at 19:57 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up have a peek here
Edit: Running lspci for some reason causes the sound to work again. Laptop lid settings ignored You may find that the lid close settings in Xfce4 Power Manager are ignored, meaning that the laptop will always suspend on lid close, no matter what It remains silent until I sign out and sign back in again using the default Ubuntu desktop (Unity, I believe). I think what you are really looking for is xfce4-mixer.
You can run a simple sound test using 'speaker-test' to check for sound output. They are discussed below. For more information, see Polkit#Authentication agents. To make sure xdg-open integration is working correctly, ask xdg-settings for the default web browser and see what the result is: # xdg-settings get default-web-browser If it replies with: xdg-settings: unknown
To use gedit instead, enter: gksudo gedit /etc/asound.conf Edit the Sound Configuration File Once created, a blank screen or document should be presented. The time now is 10:04 PM. What would happen if your hard disk died right now? Chromebook Linux No Sound Sound Xfce4 mixer Note: Xfce4 mixer and Xfce4 volumed are no longer being maintained upstream as they cannot be ported to GStreamer 1.0.
Restore default settings If for any reason you need to revert back: to the default settings, rename ~/.config/xfce4-session/ and ~/.config/xfce4/ $ mv ~/.config/xfce4-session/ ~/.config/xfce4-session-bak $ mv ~/.config/xfce4/ ~/.config/xfce4-bak Relogin for changes Gstreamer Unable To Detect Sound Devices Last edited by Frogs Hair; March 10th, 2014 at 02:14 AM. “Start where you are. Update My chipset is Intel Corporation 8 Series/C220 Series Chipset High Definition Audio Controller (rev 04) according to lspci. /proc/asound/version says I have ALSA driver version k3.17.8-300.fc21.x86_64 but /dev/sndstat does not After some investigation I understood that the only way to unmute my system was entering the command: alsamixer in the terminal and then press 'M' to toggle the mute state.
Any ideas how to solve the problem?Update: only volume notifications are broken. Xfce Sound Settings To add an entry, click the Add button and fill out the form, specifying the path to an executable you want to run. Use xfconf-query to change settings from the commandline; see the documentation for details. Archlinux on Thinkpad T61 Offline #5 2014-11-20 03:27:08 toz Member Registered: 2011-10-28 Posts: 277 Re: [SOLVED] OSD volume notifications stopped working (XFCE) jakub wrote:I also uninstalled xfce4-volumed and installed volumeicon.I'm not
Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. cat /proc/asound/version cat /dev/sndstat Displays ALSA version. Install Xfce4-mixer So I have to manually un-mute the headphone and speaker levels. Xfce Debian No Sound See also Cursor themes, Icons, and Font configuration.
I am trying to determine how to get a volume control on my XFCE desktop. Visit the following links: Site Howto | Site FAQ | Sitemap | Register Now If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. Newer Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) About Me Rony Lutsky View my complete profile Blog Archive ▼ 2014 (2) ► June (1) ▼ May (1) Fix unmuting (PulseAudio) on See . Xfce No Sound Fedora
If you are using PulseAudio then the entry will likely be similar to the following: PlaybackInternalAudioAnalogStereoPulseAudioMixer. This applies if your card is multi-channel, 5.1 or similar. PulseAudio: see PulseAudio#Keyboard volume control OSS: see OSS#Using multimedia keys with OSS. http://tekspotting.com/no-sound/xfce-audio-not-working.html Thank you very much for this helpful post.ReplyDeletefrettaAugust 19, 2016 at 1:51 PMThank you!.
Xfce4 mixer, provided by xfce4-mixer, is the GUI mixer app and panel plugin from the Xfce team. Xfce Volume Control Installing the package and allowing xdg-open to detect that you are running Xfce makes it forward all calls to exo-open instead, which correctly uses all your preferred applications preferences. Content is available under GNU Free Documentation License 1.3 or later unless otherwise noted.
To fix the issue, delete ~/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/displays.xml and reconfigure your screens. It provides a simple panel plugin with the ability to control ALSA volume, though it does not support keyboard volume buttons. Any idea how I get that back? Pulseaudio There is no volume bar or brightness bar displayed anymore when I change volume/brightness.
Please consult your display manager's wiki page for more information. Thank your helpers by up-voting their comments and answers. The only thing that works is signing out and signing back in to the default desktop, which is tedious to do. this contact form Disable Terminal F1 and F11 shortcuts The xfce terminal binds F1 and F11 to help and fullscreen, respectively, which can make using programs like htop difficult.
What would happen if your hard disk died right now? Possible causes: xfconfd isn't running (D-Bus setup problem); environment variable $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS is set incorrectly (must include "/etc"), or xfce4-session is installed incorrectly. xfce4-alsa-plugin If you do not use PulseAudio, you can install xfce4-alsa-pluginAUR. You can edit the application's category by modifying the Categories= line of the desktop entry, see Desktop entries#File example.
Desktop icons rearrange themselves At certain events (such as opening the panel settings dialog) icons on the desktop rearrange themselves. Note: Do not call the xfce4-session executable directly; startxfce4 is the correct command which, in turn, calls the former when appropriate. Dave Lerner View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by Dave Lerner Tags volume, xfce4 Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this I tried a solution which didn't work for me, but may be for others.
You can also make changes to the Xfce menu by editing the .desktop files themselves. To disable both blanking and DPMS, right click on the power manager system tray icon or left click on the panel applet and make sure that the option labelled Presentation mode To fix this, install an icon theme which has the necessary icons already added; see Icons#Xfce icons. For example I can set volume to 50% by pressing few times dedicated button on my laptop and xfce4-mixer will still show 100% volume despite alsamixer shows 50%! (small applet icon
You can determine which file defines the correct icon positions by opening it and examining the locations of the icons. Tip: The light-locker session locker integrates with xfce4-power-manager. I found my sound muted on Unity). Finally somebody gives a decent solution this problem.ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more...
Go dig out your motherboard box, or computer manual and identify your sound card/chip. It is part of the xfce4-goodies group. You will see a list of programs that get launched on startup. No?