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On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 09:25:44AM +0000, Gaijin wrote:
> On 2016-09-19 11:21, Gaijin wrote:
> > Been running 3.2-rc3 and doing regular checks for updates of Qubes.
> > Yesterday all was running fine in the sound department. Today, I can't
> > get sound in any VM. The machine had been on for several days when
> > this happened. Rebooting has not fixed the issue. Pulling up the dom0
> > audio mixer in XFCE seems to have the volume levels up and un-muted.
> > I'm not sure where else to look to troubleshoot.
> > The sound works fine if I boot to another OS on the same machine
> > (DVD). The sound hardware seems to work. It's just Qubes affected.
> Apparently this is a somewhat common XFCE thing. Using the Alsa mixer widget
> won't work. Had to open use Q > System Tools > PulseAudio Volume Control. In
> the Playback tab all of my AppVMs had volume set to zero. I had to manually
> slide them all up to 100% to restore sound.
> I had never touched the PulseAudio settings previously, so I'm not sure what
> triggered this. Not sure if this warrants raising an Issue.
Take a look here:
Invisible Things Lab
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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