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Thread: No Sound After Updates

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    Re: No Sound After Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by philinux View Post
    Reboot was to change from 13.04 to 12.10. I have 2 hard drives.
    i have 3 connected and 2 sitting in my case unplugged, 1 is a ssd another is my primary storage drive, 1 is in a hot swap bay
    40gb, 80gb, 500gb, 30gb (ssd), and 160gb
    10.04 is on my ssd
    12.10 is on my 80gb
    xp and something is on the 40gb
    backups are on the 160gb

    did i win the off topic who has the most drives contest?
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    Re: No Sound After Updates

    Code:
    evil@saturn:~$ killall pulseaudio;rm -rf ~/.pulse;rm ~/.pulse-cookie;pulseaudio --start
    pulseaudio: no process found
    E: [pulseaudio] main.c: Daemon startup failed.
    I figured out the issue. Apt-get upgrade had installed pulseaudio-esound-compat:i386, and removed pulseaudio-esound-compat. Apparently pulseaudio won't start when that package is missing. You'd think it would be a dependency or something.

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    Re: No Sound After Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by 3vi1 View Post
    I figured out the issue. Apt-get upgrade had installed pulseaudio-esound-compat:i386, and removed pulseaudio-esound-compat. Apparently pulseaudio won't start when that package is missing. You'd think it would be a dependency or something.
    Spot on that man have some

    I installed pulseaudio-esound-compat and it removed the i386 version. I'm on 64 bit by the way and pulseaudio-esound-compat is the 64 bit package.
    Sound restored.

    Have you raised a bug?

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    Re: No Sound After Updates

    Hi, I had the same problem and found out it was because of 'speech-dispatcher'.

    I fixed it by installing Boot-up-manager:
    sudo apt-get install bum
    Start Boot-up-manager from Dash. Hit 'Advanced' and pick 'Services' tab. Deselect 'speech-dispatcher'.
    Screenshot

    Apply and restart.

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    Re: No Sound After Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by 3vi1 View Post
    Code:
    evil@saturn:~$ killall pulseaudio;rm -rf ~/.pulse;rm ~/.pulse-cookie;pulseaudio --start
    pulseaudio: no process found
    E: [pulseaudio] main.c: Daemon startup failed.
    I figured out the issue. Apt-get upgrade had installed pulseaudio-esound-compat:i386, and removed pulseaudio-esound-compat. Apparently pulseaudio won't start when that package is missing. You'd think it would be a dependency or something.
    that was moved to ~/.config/pulse/

    edit, seems this thread was old, *points at the necromancer above me*
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    Re: No Sound After Updates

    Seeing as we are in Saucy development now, I'll close this thread.

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