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Put this in your /etc/asound.conf pcm.softvolPhonon { type softvol slave.pcm "default:CARD=0" control { name "HDMI" card 0 } min_dB -51.0 max_dB 0.0 resolution 100 hint { show on description "hdmi with extra Volume Control" } } You need to replace card 0 with the hdmi audio output in you system.


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assuming atleast one of your jacks still works without fault, i suggest you refer to this question on askubuntu - instead of depending on the faulty audio jack, i suggest you use the mic in port for the headphones.


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You can try suspending the headphone jack. To find the index of the headphone jack: pactl list short sinks Then suspend that sink: pactl suspend-sink [SINK] 1|0 Where "SINK" is the index from the first command, and "1" will suspend and "0" will unsuspend. Edit: Sorry, misunderstood the situation. Found an Arch thread that has a method of disabling the ...



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