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  1. #21
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    Funny thing is:

    audio only does not work when I log in as root. If I log in as another user it works perfectly fine.
    Logged into root, I started pulseaudio the way canadianbacon22 said and that works fine, so thx for that!!

    BUT: I dont wanna have to do this every time I log in... how can this permanently be fixed??

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildHog View Post
    Funny thing is:

    audio only does not work when I log in as root. If I log in as another user it works perfectly fine.
    Logged into root, I started pulseaudio the way canadianbacon22 said and that works fine, so thx for that!!

    BUT: I dont wanna have to do this every time I log in... how can this permanently be fixed??
    I think the problem is that there's something inside Pulseaudio that prevents it from running as root, so you'd have to manually start it each time. Also, I found another way to start it...

    pulseaudio -D

    This way you can close the terminal once you start it

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    Dear folks,

    I'm almost finished doing the following:

    1. apt-get remove --purge alsa-*

    2 apt -get remove --purge pulseaudio

    3 . Downloads the following package
    http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index.php/Download

    alsa-firmware

    alsa-lib

    alsa-plugins

    pyalsa

    alsa-utils

    and extract each of them .

    ./configure
    make
    make install

    for pyalsa

    ./setup.py build

    ./setup.py install


    after finished each of them .

    apt-get install pulseaudio

    reboot

    start pulseaudio

    and unmute master
    However, I get the following error trying to start pulseaudio.

    The commands pulseaudio and pulseaudio -D both give the error that pulseaudio isn't intended to be started by root.

    Please help me, because otherwise I've done all the steps for nothing.

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    My only workable solution has been to start use the command : pulseaudio on every reboot. It's worked, and I would imagine writing it as a script in boot.config would prevent the need to head into terminal each and every reboot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hakkelaar View Post
    Dear folks,

    I'm almost finished doing the following:



    However, I get the following error trying to start pulseaudio.

    The commands pulseaudio and pulseaudio -D both give the error that pulseaudio isn't intended to be started by root.

    Please help me, because otherwise I've done all the steps for nothing.
    Could you post the response details when you command pulseaudio ?

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    try running "pulseaudio -D"

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    Quote Originally Posted by when123 View Post
    finally , i solved the problem .

    the steps details as followed .

    1. apt-get remove --purge alsa-*

    2 apt -get remove --purge pulseaudio

    3 . Downloads the following package
    http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index.php/Download

    alsa-firmware

    alsa-lib

    alsa-plugins

    pyalsa

    alsa-utils

    and extract each of them .

    ./configure
    make
    make install

    for pyalsa

    ./setup.py build

    ./setup.py install


    after finished each of them .

    apt-get install pulseaudio

    reboot

    start pulseaudio

    and unmute master

    finally , the voice is coming .

    i hope can help someone to solve this problem .
    Did this, helped just temporarily though until my 2nd reboot. What permamently solved it for me was this http://hackerzelite.blogspot.com/201...ali-linux.html. It is outdated, but I am sure you need all of the libraries specified in this guide and kmix. After you install kmix set it up to boot on start you'll get it's icon in a tray every time, but the sound should work without your action from now on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xhacker View Post
    so you "help" them whlist losing their data? )
    Don't fix it if not broken, don't broke it if can't fix

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    Quote Originally Posted by josiah_stiffler View Post
    try running "pulseaudio -D"
    funny that does the magic, let's see after reboot

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