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Here's the dead simple, manual override, workaround that worked for me (Mint Debian Edition with Cinnamon): Open Sound settings (you can get there from the volume control widget or System Settings) Under the default Output tab, under Device, click "Analog Output Built-in Audio" That's it. You're done. I spent a day and a half on this. Yes, you need to ...


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Finally got everything by myself. Seems it's a bug, because there shouldn't be no application using the audio (neither playing to headphones nor recording from the mic) and I can run this command: pacmd list-sources | grep alsa_input Output: name: alsa_input.pci-0000_00_1b.0.analog-stereo name: ...


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There can be more than one way to do this. But I recommend you to disable internal sound hardware of beaglebone black by adding optargs=capemgr.disable_partno=BB-BONELT-HDMI in the end of /boot/uEnv.txt file. And reboot your board with sound card connected. This will make your sound card as default hardware . So every sound process will select your sound ...


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You can use amixer to read the pulseaudio volume by using the mixer option like this. $ amixer -c $CARD -M -D $MIXER get $SCONTROL # CARD is your sound card number, mixer is either alsa or pulse and scontrol is the alsa device name, Master if you want to use pulse. $ amixer -c 1 -M -D pulse get Master Simple mixer control 'Master',0 Capabilities: pvolume ...



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