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get fn+volume control working in xfce

I'm running xubuntu 12.10 (xfce 4.10) (on a lenovo thinkpad X121e) and the function (fn) + volume control do not change the actual output volume. they do something and a volume change is displayed, ...
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How do i extend a partition with a LVM and the contained physical volume and logical volume?

On my 240 GB SSD i had at first two partitions, one containing the Logical Volume with Linux Mint and the other had contained a NTFS partition to share with Windows. Now i removed the NTFS partition ...
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How to get volume level from the command line?

I have a text status bar on a tiling window manager and I am using tcl to feed information to it. At the moment I need a command line that output the volume level 0% to 100%. I am using Arch Linux.
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Dual keyboard shortcuts in Gnome

I would like to set multiple keyboard shortcuts doing the same thing. My particular example is Volume Up/Down, I would like to retain the standard settings I have (Sound/VolumeUp - ...
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Customize Drive Mount Location

I'm running Crunchbang Linux (a variant of Debian) Whenever I plug in a drive, it gets mounted to /media/username/UUID-or-Name. Is there a way to instead mount it to /media/UUID-or-Name? Crunchbang ...
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Allow audio from only one application

I'd like to only allow audio from a certain application. That is, I'd like to have audio turned off by default for new programs. I'm aware that in PulseAudio one can mute programs, but the problem ...
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volume hot keys in Crunchbang don't work

I've spent 2 hours on this and still can't figure this out. It's driving me insane. Please save my sanity. When I press mute, the pnmixer control in the top right shows that I've pressed mute, but ...
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Change volume with terminal

Using mate and linux mint, I would like to create another keyboard shortcut to increase and decrease the volume. Currently, I'm using custom keyboard bindings with mate-keybinding-properties. I ...
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Lock all devices when adjusting pulseaudio volume in kmix

My problem is that kmix adjusts the volumes of not all devices locked together. Adjusting built-in analog stereo also adjusts application's equalized stream and ALSA plugin. But webcam and event ...
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How to resize logical volume to fit filesystem

How can I resize logical volume to fit filesystem automagically?
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Get the current volume level in OS X Terminal CLI?

I would like to check the current volume level from the CLI on my Mac. I know I can set it like this: osascript -e 'set volume <N>' But that doesn't seem to work when trying to get the ...
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When should I create a new volume group instead of a new logical volume?

I currently have 3x1TB physical volumes in a VG and a LV that spans the entire capacity of the VG. This LV is meant to store specific files. Now I have another 2TB drive that I want to use LVM with. ...
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Consistent (physical) volume on set of files (volume normalization)

If I have, say, 20 music videos (.flv and .mp4), is there a way to play them in mplayer (mplayer2) without having to change the volume for each video, instead specifying a desired general volume, and ...
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Is it possible to have two different volume level?

I am playing background music on audacious player. At the same time I am watching youtube videos. The problem is that the volume on Audacious is the Master volume, so it is impossible to have volume ...
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How do I increase my root volume

I have a server using software RAID (raid1) and I need to increase my volume on my root partition. I've been googling around with no luck of finding out how I can do this. I have 2x1TB RAID1. My df ...
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How to disable the automatic mute after booting in gnome?

Whenever I start up, gnome sets the volume to mute automatically. So how can I ask it to remember the volume last time I set before shutting down?
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EC2 1/2 status checks while replacing the volume

So, I an EC2 instance and 2 volume with 8GB and 50GB. Initially 8GB was mounted to root device (/dev/sda1). I intended to switch root to 50GB. Here are the steps, I followed: - Stop the instance - ...
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How to resize root Volume Group

How Can I reduce size of root volume group? /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 I just have SSH access to Linux host.
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Volume on cinnamon task bar > 100%

If I go into Volume's settings, I can boost system volume greater than 100%. However, on the task bar, it will only go to 100%, but it'll report any excess over 100%. How can I use the volume ...