Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

Pulled from freebsd forum post: You can disable bell if you set MIB hw.syscons.bell value to 0. Just type sysctl hw.syscons.bell=0 To save changes permanently after reboot your machine # echo "hw.syscons.bell=0" >> /etc/sysctl.conf :)


0

If you're running newcons, try: kbdcontrol -b quiet.off If that works, you can make it permanent in your /etc/rc.conf: allscreens_kbdflags="-b quiet.off" Background: After running kbdcontrol from X and seeing it print out an escape sequence, I realized that those other approaches might have been specific to the terminal emulation of the old console ...


1

@Doryan the current instructions for RPMFusion free are at http://rpmfusion.org/Configuration That should make available MP3 codecs. I believe they can then be installed manually in the form of the gstreamer-plugins-ugly package, if necessary. I have it working on my Fedora 22 system somehow. gstreamer-ffmpeg is not installed on my system. But there is ...


0

General notes: With the current user basis and the company support for Ubuntu, I would assume that this is currently one of the distros with the broadest hardware and software support. Ubuntu itself is Debian-based, but with Debian's focus on stability (for good reasons), Debian usually does not offer the latest software versions. So if you want to switch ...


1

You can use FancyAudio gem for this. It can add album art to mp3 files. Documentation is available here. features add album art to single mp3 file add album art to multiple mp3 files. Below screen shot shows the output of fancy_audio when run in a folder containing an image and multiple mp3 files Below screen shot shows the output of fancy_audio when ...


3

Try a newer kernel You can get 3.16 from backports: Add the line deb http://http.debian.net/debian wheezy-backports main to /etc/apt/sources.list. Then run aptitude update aptitude -t wheezy-backports install linux-image-3.16.0-0.bpo.4-amd64 and reboot. Debugging ALSA Get the script http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-info.sh and run it to get ...


0

Debian 7 "wheezy" was released in may 2013, with a kernel released early 2012. If your sound hardware is more recent than that, it is possible that it just isn't supported by Debian 7. Have you tried with Debian 8 "Jessie"?


3

You can encode flac to flac. Not sure how much the compression level will help, though. I tested with a voice message recorded by my IP phone. for level in {0..8} do flac --verify -$level -o tam818.$level.flac tam818.flac done Result: $ stat -c '%s %n' *.flac | sort 232049 tam818.8.flac 232406 tam818.7.flac 232845 tam818.6.flac 233596 tam818.5.flac ...


0

This was a problem on Debian Wheezy, when I upgraded to Jessie the issue went away.


0

I had this problem on a program that I was using, to fix it I downloaded a new sound driver. There are a lot of drivers, I use ASIO4ALL v2 I like it but it is for a program and the program itself launches it. it isn't default, so make sure you set it up like you want it. sorry if this doesn't help


0

It's very annoying, isn't it? I haven't found a way to disable it but muting it is easy. Fire up kmix, scroll down "Event Sounds" to the bottom. Job done.



Top 50 recent answers are included