[xubuntu-users] cannot unmute xubuntu 10.10

Ruben Safir ruben at mrbrklyn.com
Tue Nov 2 15:10:27 UTC 2010

On Tue, Nov 02, 2010 at 10:37:00AM -0400, Joe(theWordy)Philbrook wrote:
> It would appear that on Nov 1, Andreas Säger did say:
> > Am 27.10.2010 05:16, G3n1k G3n1k wrote:
> > > some night i unmuted my Xubuntu 10.10
> > > in the morning i unmuted with xfce4-mixer
> > > but there is no sound i heard
> > > i restart but when login, the xfce4-mixer get muted
> > > any idea to solved ?
> > Last time I had this type of problem (no sound, no matter what I mute) 
> > the volumne control buttons directly on my laptop were the culprits.
> > Hope this helps,

Try alsamixer in the terminal.  Does this have pulse audio, because that
is a funcky and often unpredicable system.

> Just a thought, I have on occasion had similar problems that turned out to
> be that the mixer I was using didn't display ALL the potentially relevant
> sound channels. In my case if I get no sound I need to check that the
> slider controls for neither "Front", Master, nor PCM, are turned all the
> way down. Other possibilities (depending on your sound card and driver)
> could include Side, Center, and Line. To see all of them try the
> "alsamixer" or "alsamixergui" (at least one of which should be in the repo)
> Just a thought...
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