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Archlinux - Sound card detected only on status change

I use Archlinux. The sound is enabled only when I plug (or unplug) a jack wire. EDIT: I forgot to say that I am on a new DELL Inspiron 14 So I think it's when the sound card detects a state change ...
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Sound does not work on X-server, works in TTY, Arch Linux w/ALSA

My sound system isn't working when I use the X server. When I use it in a TTY, it works fine. In a TTY, the output of aplay -l: **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices **** card 0: Intel [HDA ...
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Gigabyte Brix TOSLINK/SPDIF with Archlinux

I tried setting up the combo analog/digital out on this little box with the help of this adapter, but I can't get it to output anything digital... aplay -l tells me that card 1 device 1 is "ALC269VC ...
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Missing sound on laptop running manjaro

Problem arose when I recently installed Manjaro on my Acer Aspire 5734Z. Sound has always been working before, when running other linux distros and win7. Neither headphones or laptop speakers are ...
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Having recordMyDesktop export audio and video in two different files

As the title dictates. How can I make it output the video in, for example, rMD_video1.* and the audio in rMD_audio1.mp4? If it isn't possible, how can I separate these two? I'm sure it's possible ...
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How do I get a volume OSD just like the one in OSX?

I'm using a Dell Studio laptop which has volume up/down hotkeys. On pressing these, I want a volume OSD to popup to show my current volume status just like in OSX; that is, just like: Anybody know ...
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Vlc how to output the audio to a second sound card by ignoring the default sound card of motherboard?

While playing in Vlc any file/music/film. Using VLC configuration file, how to permanently tell VLC when-ever it plays audio use the second sound card or assign the name of sound card? Example: ...
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How to extract the audo track from an m4a file?

I've got an m4a video file and would like to extract the sound. How can I do that? Running Arch Linux.
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How can I make Chrome work with OSS?

I had to install OSS on my new Arch system because ALSA didn't work (I tried disabling snd_intel8x0m). Flash in Firefox produces sound, but Chrome's Flash doesn't work. libflashsupport-oss is ...
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Archlinux sound not working

I installed Archlinux recently. I have instaled flash, vlc, alsa-utis. But there is no sound. I tried un-muting using alsamixer but there are no difference. Can you please let me know how to fix this ...
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arch linux - Pulse audio plays too fast

i have a problem that all my audio playback is too fast. I have found this: bbs.archlinux.org but i dont know where to disable the multirate locking and decreas the multitrack internal clock ...
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How can I fix a feedback loop on my microphone in Linux?

First off, this isn't the usual "physical" feedback of a speaker being too close to the mic. This mic is part of a headset so there's no way for the output and input to overlap and cause feedback. ...
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Tool for making fn-x buttons work? Archlinux, handler.sh

This just seems like such a normal thing to work. I know that this works out of the box on Ubuntu. But not in Archlinux. I would like to think that there is a tool in existence that would use ...