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    "Saned disabled-Pusle Audio configured for single user session" - Why do I get this?

    On a non-GUI restart or shutdown I see this message, with the red asterisk.
    I am getting sound, and notice no issues, but why is Ubuntu flagging this, then?
    Last edited by emarkay; May 10th, 2009 at 02:54 PM.
    Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (& Windows XP-SP3 for Flight Sim only) - (1) 3.4 G/3G RAM/NVIDIA GT630, 2048VRAM/SB AudigySE Audio (2) 2.9 G/2G RAM/NVIDIA 9500GT,1024VRAM/SB Audio (3) 2.3 G/2G RAM/NVIDIA FX1500M,256VRAM/Sigmatel Audio

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    Re: "Saned disabled-Pusle Audio configured for single user session" - Why do I get th

    Any ideas?
    Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (& Windows XP-SP3 for Flight Sim only) - (1) 3.4 G/3G RAM/NVIDIA GT630, 2048VRAM/SB AudigySE Audio (2) 2.9 G/2G RAM/NVIDIA 9500GT,1024VRAM/SB Audio (3) 2.3 G/2G RAM/NVIDIA FX1500M,256VRAM/Sigmatel Audio

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    Re: "Saned disabled-Pusle Audio configured for single user session" - Why do I get th

    I have this problem too. It also reads "edit /etc/default/saned".

    I found this link helpful in determining whether or not I want to bother to configure sane:
    http://chiralsoftware.com/blog/Linux...b8342ba4e.html

    If you are not using a scanner can you simply remove libsane, sane-utils, and xsane (and maybe xinetd if it is installed) in order to solve the problem?
    Last edited by ciaovos; May 24th, 2009 at 11:45 PM.

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    Talking Re: "Saned disabled-Pusle Audio configured for single user session" - Why do I get th

    hi, to solve your problem you have to do this:
    When it displayed the problem you need to follow these steps:
    admitted to one of the seven physical terminal with:

    ctrl + alt + F1 (to exit press ctrl + alt + F7)

    Then it will ask for your user name:

    $ User

    (you hit ENTER)

    Then it will ask the password of your account

    $ *******

    (you hit ENTER)

    and are now signed through the terminal to your account, you will be something like:

    User@user-pc:~$

    After you enter this command:

    $ sudo apt-get remove libsane

    It will ask for the password:

    $ ********

    and execute the uninstallation.

    After running this command to restart the PC

    $ sudo shutdown-r now

    then wait a little and its fixed. :]

    Sorry for my bad english....

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