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Re: No sound in Debian Stretch




Hi, deloptes.

On 10/04/18 20:53, deloptes wrote:

>>>> Has anyone experienced something like that and has some clue how to fix
>>>> it?

>>> try
>>> alsamixer -c0
>>> or
>>> amixer -c0
>>> and see if something is muted there
>>> usually 0 is the alsacard driver - it might be other index for you though

>> I was also looking at the settings with the ncurses interface provided
>> by "alsamixer -c0". "Master", "PCM" and "Speaker" is at maximum, unless
>> I'm missing something. Here some screenshots:
>>
>> https://ibin.co/3xx7l69DriYy.png
>> https://ibin.co/3xx8ERkqHJwW.png
>> https://ibin.co/3xx8ac8djtS4.png
>>
>> I also tried setting "Internal" to the maximum, but it made no difference.

> Automute is enabled - this means when you plug in headphone, speaker is
> turned off
> Headphone is also muted - no sound
> 
> strange that you mention you have no sound at all - without headphones
> plugged, it should work.
> check also the pavucontrol settings in both cases (the icons for default
> device etc)
> 
> If nothing helps remove ~/.pulse directory and reboot or login again or kill
> pulse server (it should respawn)

Killing the 'pulseaudio' process solved the problem. Good to have sound
again :)

Thanks to all for your interest.

Kind regards,
Daniel

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