Therefore an entry of: [Firefox] row=3 col=0 means that the Firefox icon will be located on the 4th row of the leftmost column. For more details see the Xfce wiki. Options modified here will take effect immediately. cat /proc/asound/version cat /dev/sndstat Displays ALSA version.
Last edited by jakub (2014-12-11 23:10:59) Archlinux on Thinkpad T61 Offline #2 2014-11-19 17:06:59 toz Member Registered: 2011-10-28 Posts: 277 Re: [SOLVED] OSD volume notifications stopped working (XFCE) Out of curiosity, For LightDM - LightDM#User switching under Xfce4. Offline #3 2014-11-20 00:50:01 jakub Member Registered: 2013-09-14 Posts: 131 Re: [SOLVED] OSD volume notifications stopped working (XFCE) I have no idea what was the corelation between these two. I've also discovered that logging out and shutting down takes really long when the sound isn't working.
Running alsamixer when the sound isn't working outputs the message that it cannot connect to Pulse Audio no matter if I run it as root or not. However, as a workaround, multiple modifiers can be specified if the key names are separated with ><. Theming XFCE themes are available at xfce-look.org.
The topmost row is defined as row 0 and the leftmost column is defined by col 0. For example I can set volume to 50% by pressing few times dedicated button on my laptop and xfce4-mixer will still show 100% volume despite alsamixer shows 50%! (small applet icon After that, toggling mute finally worked. Chromebook Linux No Sound A ugly solution is to downgrade the gnome-themes-standard to the old 3.18.0-1 meanwhile.
Go find it. Gstreamer Unable To Detect Sound Devices Can you teleport or Dimension Door out of your clothes? The second is to create a sound configuration file. Shortcuts If you are not using an applet or daemon that controls the volume keys, you can map volume control commands to your volume keys manually using Xfce's keyboard settings.
Use the 30 daily voting points that you get! Xfce Sound Settings You need this before you can fix your problem. Offline #6 2014-11-20 11:08:25 jakub Member Registered: 2013-09-14 Posts: 131 Re: [SOLVED] OSD volume notifications stopped working (XFCE) Just found bug report from 2013: https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9984 Archlinux on Thinkpad T61 Offline #7 Alternatively you can use PulseAudio together with pavucontrol or OSS.
New users may find the first solution easier to implement. The xfce4-mixer volme control for the xfce panel is not muted but if the if I right click and choose "Run Audio Mixer" the mixer won't start, the volume keys on Install Xfce4-mixer Again, running lspci for some reason causes everything to work normally and the volume can be adjusted using alsamixer. Xfce Debian No Sound What a relief!For some reason the variable 'sound-card' disappeared entirely, sound worked when Iogged back in and the 'sound-card' property had a new value equivalent to one of the properties listed
They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. I do not have Xubuntu installed. This is because the power manager is not set to handle lid close events by default. To disable sessions, create or edit the file /etc/xdg/xfce4/kiosk/kioskrc and add the following: [xfce4-session] SaveSession=NONE If kiosk mode is not working, the user can set read only permissions for the sessions Xfce No Sound Fedora
See the example configuration below: