Ubuntu Multimedia :: Command Line For Gnome Sound Preferences?

May 4, 2010

Is there a way to control the gnome sound preferences widget via the command line? I use optical digital out (IEC95. It works fine. but everytime I reboot there is no sound, I have to go to sound preferences, hardware tab, select my internal audio device, change it from digital stereo duplex to analog surround 5.1, then back to digital stereo duplex, and then the sound works again. I would like to be able to do this via command line so I can write a little startup script and not have to do that every time i reboot.

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Jul 27, 2010

I recently replaced (fresh install) Fedora 12 by 13. Surprisingly I noticed there is no log-in sound for Gnome and also when I use command line terminal there is no terminal bell in spite of the fact that I checked the "Terminal Bell" option in the EDIT --> Preferences menu! I checked the speakers are not mute, I can play music. Any idea how to fix it?

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Jan 26, 2010

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May 9, 2011

Something broke recently on my Fedora 14 system. Up until several weeks ago, the mic worked fine, but now it is no longer recognized.

That is to say, if I tap on the mic, sound comes out of the speakers, so the hardware is working, but it doesn't work under Skupe nor does it show up as an input device under Gnome.

Thinking something may have broke in a recent kernel, I went back to an earlier, but the problem remains (now running 2.6.35.11-83.fc14.x86_64, but I have the following installed).

how to get Skype and Gnome to see my mic again?

Code:
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 3784000 Dec 20 22:19 vmlinuz-2.6.35.10-72.fc14.x86_64
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 3783872 Dec 23 17:10 vmlinuz-2.6.35.10-74.fc14.x86_64
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 3785120 Feb 7 08:21 vmlinuz-2.6.35.11-83.fc14.x86_64
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 3789088 Mar 31 23:27 vmlinuz-2.6.35.12-88.fc14.x86_64

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Debian Multimedia :: SOUND - Line In Works But Doesn't Appear In Gnome Setup

Jun 4, 2015

I am runnig Jessie with the default GNOME. Every thing has been perfectly smooth, but for the audio line in. First you should now the same hardware was working well with Wheezy. Then the hardware card is RealTek ALC887-VD and I am using the analogic part (both for in and out lines).

Below I will write some command results, but first, it seems important to describe the problem. I can hear the audio line in. If I blow in a mic, I definitelly hear the sound of it in the output. With alsamixer I can toggle the line in level and it works fine. By the way, with pavucontrol, it is the same I have access to the line in. but when I look in the Gnome setting for the sound, input, no card is available, then no volume setting is available.

--> as a result, I can't record the sound from the mic. it is sent directly to the output without been taken into account in the system. So no comment on video making, no skype …

On the web, the problem is always "no sound with this card" "No sound after upgrade to Jessie"… but Card is working fine but no seen on a upper level…

Code: Select allroot@Desktop:~# lsmod |grep snd
snd_hda_codec_realtek    67127  1
snd_hda_codec_generic    63142  1 snd_hda_codec_realtek
snd_hda_codec_hdmi     45118  1
snd_hda_intel          26327  12

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Jan 30, 2010

my computer is connected to my TV through HDMI using ATI HDMI output. I have written a small script to switch display from monitor to TV when a want to watch a DVD, but I didn't find how to switch sound from speakers to HDMI in command line. For the moment I have to open KDE system settings -> Multimedia and move sound devices by hand.

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Nov 12, 2015

debian 8 64bit
gnome classical gui
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psswd is word
adm psswd is adword
unlock crypt psswd is crypto

This is how I start debian. I can choose between debian gnulinux and advanced options. I select debian.

Then 'please unlock crypt' shoIws. I enter 'crypto'.

Then debian gui login screen shows. I enter 'dd' and 'word'.

Debian 8 gnome classical starts.

Can I login to debian 8 gnome classical by entering 'dd' and 'word' in a command line?

I do not want to login by debian gui login screen. But by command line.

If I select advanced options. Then recovery mode, I can get a command line. If I can login there, then I do not know how to.

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Dec 20, 2010

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Sep 23, 2010

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Dec 3, 2010

I recently manage to make my microphone "work". I open the alsamixer and i unmuted the mic. Easy!!! But as i can hear my voice through the speakers i can't record. Actually i compare the alsamixer with the sound preferences. And what I notice is:

i)When i mute the output volume from the sound icon in the alsamixer is also muted.

ii)The same when I increase or decrease the volume.

iii)But in the input tab if I mute increase or decrease the volume nothing happens!

I can only mute unmute and change volume trhough the alsa mixer!

I use an Fujitsu siemens amilo pa 1510 with ubuntu 10.10 which I install from a pendrive.

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Jan 13, 2011

I bought a $400 Dell Vostro V130, and decided to put 10.10 netbook remix onto it. (Vostro V130 owners: after the reboot into the new system, there is no GUI. worse, after log in, a startx means the screen goes dead. fortunately, a power key event is still detected, so reboot still works cleanly. after I did a full apt-get update, apt-get dist-upgrade, and apt-get upgrade, the screen and remix worked.)

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Jan 10, 2010

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Feb 26, 2010

I have to use alsa for audio to work under wine (otherwise pulseaudio starts eating up processor cycles and the audio comes out horrible and distorted), but I have been unable to use the mic. The mic boost is up on the alsa mixer, and they are not muted. I cannot find any options under my system menu for Sound Preferences (which seems to get references in a lot fo help forums), or anywhere else to determine which audio driver the line in on the front uses.

I'm using an Acer laptop from a couple years ago, so support should be no problem.

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Aug 15, 2010

I can't hear what I'm recording in Audacity. Please can someone help/suggest something helpful to solve this problem? I have tried changing the output in the sound preferences panel but this does not work either. I'm using Lucid Lynx Ubuntu.

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Feb 17, 2010

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Code:

#! /bin/bash
#
#TODO write this for gnome and xterm

[code]....

This same error occurs if the gnome-terminal line is changed to

Code:

gnome-terminal -e mcTerm

Is there any way to pass more than one command on to gnome-terminal? I have tried various single and double quoting senarios and in a final attempt, I abstracted to an exported function all to no avail. Perhaps even though gnome-term is better at many things than xterm, xterm trumps it in this instance.

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Aug 12, 2015

I had a hard time finding out how to change -- get to-- the simple scan preferences. There is no batten on the screen to open preferences window. I found two way to change the preferences on simple scan.

1. Easy way:
I found that when you run a program in gnome an icon of that application appears on top bar. If you click on that icon a window will appear and one of the items on that window is preferences, by clicking on that you could open preferences window, and change your preferences.

2. Hard way:
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then go to gnome section click on it
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Feb 16, 2010

I am trying to learn how to pass more than a one-command startup for gnome-terminal.

I will give an example of what I'm trying to do here:

Code:
#! /bin/bash
#
#TODO write this for gnome and xterm
USAGE="
${0##*/} [-x] [-g]
code....

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This same error occurs if the gnome-terminal line is changed to

Code:
gnome-terminal -e mcTerm

Is there any way to pass more than one command on to gnome-terminal? I have tried various single and double quoting senarios and in a final attempt, I abstracted to an exported function all to no avail. Perhaps even though gnome-term is better at many things than xterm, xterm trumps it in this instance.

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Aug 3, 2010

I was just using the mic and watched it stop working suddenly. I was in the middle of a skype test call when the graphical mixer level died down to zero in the middle of the call. When the test call was played back, the first part sounded fine then the sound got lower until it became inaudible. Since then I can't get any sound from my mic in skype.

Also, the audio input level graphically shown in Sound Preferences shows no fluctuations in sound as it used to before. The input device is enabled. I tried using Sound Recorder to record some sound clips and that worked fine. So the mic is working but Sound Preferences and Skype seem to have the mic level really low. I'm not sure what else to think considering it was working perfectly a few minutes ago. I've tried restarting, but that didn't fix it either.

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Jun 24, 2011

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Aug 18, 2010

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Aug 27, 2010

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May 24, 2010

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May 19, 2011

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If I launch "/usr/lib/mini_commander_applet" on a terminal, I get a dozen such applets, for all the times I tried, but then I have an xterm tied up.

If I launch the same from "alt-f2" it does not work, and gives no error.

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I have an Acer Aspire 5100 with Ubuntu 10.04 running. Recently I loaded from a storage drive all of my music library which happens to be in its orignal wav format. I was going to convert it to mp3 using lame or some other program. I worked with the files using the command line with some success. The files were there when I did this. No problem. I came back to the computer after several days absence and when I got to a commandline I entered "ls -l" no files. Yes I went to the right directory. I logged in as Root no help. The files are not there according to the command line as far as I can tell.Using Gnome the files are available and playable via the desktop. Are the files there or not?

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May 27, 2011

I've just added an application to load on startup in gnome.At first gnome loads properly,but after few seconds that application starts automatically and I can see its icon on taskbar , then gnome freezes and I can't do anything in gui.

How I can remove that application from starup of gnome using command line?

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