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Use paman. With paman you can get a volume higher then 100% as in vlc.


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It is common for the login code for the display manager to load and/or configure a number of modules for a number of services including sound when a user logs in. Starting in text mode, and using startX to get start the graphical interface bypasses this setup. Normally, there are text mode windows available using key combinations. This provides ready ...


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It looks like a different default being used for the "-z:mixmode,sum" (versus -z:mixmode,avg , see ecasound(1) man page). This would explain the difference you are seeing.


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When you opened pavucontrol, is your Line Out output uplugged? Yes: You have your speakers in wrong connector. No or didn't help: Good luck, I have no idea what is wrong. Explanation: Only plugged in port is used as default, if all are unplugged who knows why it's headphones. PulseAudio tests only one connector (Front speakers / green) but outputs ...


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Linux has multiple virtual consoles. Ctrl+Alt+Fn switches between these consoles. When you switch from console 7 to console 2, the input and output peripherals are re-routed from console 7 to console 2. When console 7 is inactive, it has no access to the input/output peripherals: the display isn't shown on the screen, the applications don't receive keyboard ...


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A while back, people used computer terminals to input data into, or display data from, a Unix mainframe. If any of this terminal users wanted to, let's say, cat /dev/zero, the output was not broadcasted to all terminals/users connected to the same mainframe (that's because it was a multi user system, and each user could run it's tasks without affecting other ...


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There are some generic and driver-specific config files in /usr/share/alsa/init/, where you can specify settings like ENV{ppercent}:="75%" and ENV{pvolume}:="-20dB" (pvolume = playback volume, cvolume = capture volume, etc.). /usr/share/alsa/init/default should already contain those settings, so you can use it as an example. You can force ALSA to ...


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AFAIK mp3info write only ID3v1 tags. You can check it with something like eyeD3 (a tool written in python): eyeD3 -1 file.mp3 (to check ID3v1) and eyeD3 -2 file.mp3 (to check IDv2, which is read by recent players). You can also use eyeD3 to write v1 or v2 tags. For instance, you can edit v2 tags with: eyeD3 -2 -a "The Artist" -A "Album Name" -t "Title of ...


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You can get the number of sink Input with pactl command. $ pactl list sink-inputs ... Sink Input #7119 Driver: protocol-native.c Owner Module: 12 Client: 6298 Sink: 0 ... Properties: application.icon_name = "google-chrome" media.name = "Playback" application.name = "Chromium" ... Using this number(#7119), you specify the sink ...


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This might be a silly answer, but could it be hardware ? Are you sure the headphone worked in Windows ? I've seen that the lenovo has a combo headphone/mic socket, and there are people who have reported problems using a headphone with it. The Lenovo community has a forum article describing an issue similar to yours here. With an answer here


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Answering my own question, I got my notification sounds back, but I'm not sure why they stopped in the first place. The system gives you a choice between different phonon backends - gstreamer, vlc, xine and so on. One page I found when searching, mentioned casually that gstreamer didn't work, but vlc did. Well, in my case, I only had the choice of vlc, but ...


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You should decompose your goal into several steps easier to solve. This will have two advantages: It will be easier to solve, The resulting code will be clearer and more reusable. The scripts below basically follows these steps: Generate raw statistic files. An easy way is to append the file size and the file name in a temporary file named after the ...


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I have found the answer, it is to use the built-in pulse audio package. I will edit this answer to give more details later.


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First of all, I think the question is off-topic here. Second, heater = water boiler? Then: Can it be done in real time? Basically, yes and not. What you are asking is to perform some "narrow-band" (meaning you are interested in specific frequencies) noise cancelling. If you look for articles (scientific papers) about "active noise cancelling" (ANC) you ...


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https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/How%20to%20use%20-map%20option#Example4 -map 0 would map all the streams, then keep them as it is then just state which codec to re-encode. i should read more.



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