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    Re: PulseAudio Equalizer Script

    I was thrilled when I found this! I'm a music fanatic, and I've always very carefully tweaked the equalizers in the other OSs I've used. I am, however, having an issue that I can't figure out. But it may very well be a noob-ish thing; I cut teeth on computers, but I'm while learning fast, I'm very new to Ubuntu.

    So I followed the instructions in the first post to download and install the most recent version. After installing (and rebooting), when I went to the sound/video folder and opened the PulseAudio Equalizer. It said it was loading, and then nothing happened. After trying repeatedly, I opened the properties and ran the command associated with the GUI button in the terminal, which apparently is "pulseaudio-equalizer-gtk". Doing that gave me the following:

    Code:
    Getting settings...
    ls: cannot access /home/cason/.pulse/presets/*.preset: No such file or directory
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "/usr/share/pulseaudio-equalizer/pulseaudio-equalizer.py", line 519, in <module>
        Equalizer()
      File "/usr/share/pulseaudio-equalizer/pulseaudio-equalizer.py", line 362, in __init__
        icon = self.window.set_icon_from_file("/usr/share/icons/hicolor/16x16/apps/gnome-volume-control.svg")
    glib.GError: Failed to open file '/usr/share/icons/hicolor/16x16/apps/gnome-volume-control.svg': No such file or directory
    Being a noob, I didn't really know exactly what that meant (and to be honest I still don't). So I messed around in the terminal a little bit, reading the info on the pulseaudio-equalizer command, tried commands like toggle and reset, but still couldn't seem to get it working. I've looked through this thread but couldn't find anything helpful.

    How can I go about fixing this? I'm almost salivating at the thought of having an equalizer for my Ubuntu OS, lol. I've attached my log. And FYI: I'm running Lucid 10.04.

    Thanks in advance for any and all help!
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