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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Is there a dedicated Ubuntu Sound Guide?

    In case you're interested, that's configurable behaviour. The assumption of the default is that you're plugging something in because you want to use it, so there's a module that moves the streams to...
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    [xubuntu] Re: extremely slow boot

    The default timeout when starting or stopping a service is 90 seconds. You could either see which service is stalling at boot and fix it, or make that timeout period shorter.
  3. Re: Force display mode when using 4k hdmi switch

    As an alternative to specifying a binary EDID file, you can set the configuration file with the plain text parts that you're interested in. Details, for example, here. X configuration is kinda crufty...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Storing files on secondary drive by default

    No commands. Even if you'd described your setup enough so that we could give them to you, which you haven't. There are two computer tasks where just the idea of them gives me chills: letting Windows...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Storing files on secondary drive by default

    Linux doesn't deal in drives. Linux deals in filesystems and mount points. You can essentially mount any filesystem anywhere, for any purpose.

    The quick and easy method is to, at install time,...
  6. Re: Force display mode when using 4k hdmi switch

    The mechanism is called EDID. You can tell X to ignore all or part of the information it gets through EDID. Your computer's only being fed the EDID of your adaptor rather than the EDID of your...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Shutdown operating system but no longer power off

    That's a shame; if it was something you did, it would be something you could undo. Still, that's the place to look. That's the mechanism through which, amongst other things, the OS sends the signal...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Shutdown operating system but no longer power off

    Did you - maybe about three months ago - fiddle with your ACPI settings?
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    [ubuntu] Re: snapd? not sure

    No.

    https://snapcraft.io/blog/chromium-in-ubuntu-deb-to-snap-transition


    It's not "packages like Chromium," it's just Chromium. You can add a PPA and get Chromium as a deb maintained by...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Passthrough audio doesn't work unless pavucontrol is open

    Just one is fine :) And you're welcome.
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Passthrough audio doesn't work unless pavucontrol is open

    It's the line that says
    load-module module-suspend-on-idle

    Just comment that out and then restart PulseAudio (pulseaudio -k is the quick way).
  12. Re: Help configure mouse acceleration on Ubuntu

    https://ubuntu.com/download/flavours

    I would also recommend Kubuntu.

    As well as the official flavours, there are community-made ones, and you can just install additional desktop environments...
  13. Re: Need Procedure for Downgrading Kernel

    If you want to stay on the 5.4 branch you'll want to install the linux-generic and remove the linux-generic-hwe-20.04 metapackages, as well as removing your 5.8 kernels. It's the Hardware Enablement...
  14. [SOLVED] Re: Passthrough audio doesn't work unless pavucontrol is open

    There's a setting in the PulseAudio config file for whether you want devices to automatically mute when they aren't being used. You could try turning that off.
  15. Re: How to Retain Screen Resolution through Login

    A much better approach would be to use the native resolution and just make things twice as big. High DPI scaling has been a thing for a while, and just making things individually bigger manually was...
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    Re: running a command on Startup

    PulseAudio was an improvement on ALSA's dmix: it did things the things dmix could do better than dmix did, and could do a bunch of things that dmix couldn't - unfortunately also including exposing...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Problem with Wine repository (and repositories in general)

    I would generally recommend that new users stick to the LTS releases rather than using the guinea pig interim releases. The important stuff gets backported to the LTS releases.




    It...
  18. Re: Which log to see what's causing my hard drive to "grind away"

    It sounds to me like you're running out of RAM during the resume process for some reason.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Default sound output switching

    And I'm not sure which part you're having trouble with.

    If Gnome's Settings widget has the ability to change the default device, and they haven't called it "Set Default," they'll likely have...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Default sound output switching

    PulseAudio's terminology for the default device is "fallback device." Whether audio streams should be moved to a new device when it appears is also a module that you can choose to enable or not.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Repository Confusion

    The packages for Ubuntu (aside from snaps, which are a parallel self-contained sandboxed thing) are distributed from Ubuntu's package repositories. Canonical takes a fairly conservative approach to...
  22. Re: According to you which is the most good looking DE available for Linux ?

    Not as such, depending on your definitions.

    Each DE will come with its own default settings, and its own set of applications, like file browsers, text editors, and so on. So for each DE that you...
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    Re: duplicated screen entries

    So what you're saying is that your desktop is showing the contents of your Home directory rather than the contents of ~/Desktop.

    I mentioned it so that you'd know what to look for.

    It's...
  24. [SOLVED] Re: Any proper documentation for steam / proton?

    https://github.com/ValveSoftware/Proton
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    Re: duplicated screen entries

    Your description is not at all clear, but it sounds like the issue is that your desktop is showing the contents of your Home directory rather than the contents of ~/Desktop.
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