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kb:linux:oldaudiohp [2016/01/13 20:35] (current)
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 Going on a guess, I reloaded this laptop with Mint 13 Xfce, and then immediately did a complete uninstall of PulseAudio. Since use of the ALSA sound system is already well integrated into Mint 13, there was no need to install anything to still have a volume control to use once PulseAudio was uninstalled. Going on a guess, I reloaded this laptop with Mint 13 Xfce, and then immediately did a complete uninstall of PulseAudio. Since use of the ALSA sound system is already well integrated into Mint 13, there was no need to install anything to still have a volume control to use once PulseAudio was uninstalled.
  
-To do this using my {{:kb:loadmint13xfce.utxt ​| Mint 13 Xfce Install Notes}}, after the following lines +<​note>​ 
-<​code>​ +To do this using my [[kb:linux:​mint13xfceafter1stboot ​| Mint 13 Xfce: After First Boot Configuration]] notes, after the following lines 
-→ Settings ​>> Software Sources ​>> Other Software +  * Use the appropriate PPA's to update GIMP and LibreOffice to the current version. (GIMP 2.8 & LibreOffice 4.2) 
-   → Select then Remove the medibuntu software repository (which no longer exists) +  * <code>​sudo add-apt-repository ppa:​otto-kesselgulasch/​gimp</​code> 
-→ sudo apt-get update +  * <code>sudo add-apt-repository ppa:​libreoffice/​libreoffice-4-2</​code> 
-</​code>​+ 
 +  * Now command Linux Mint to use the above changes to the Software Sources 
 +  * <​code>​sudo apt-get update</​code>​ 
 add the following command to completely remove PulseAudio add the following command to completely remove PulseAudio
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-→ sudo apt-get autoremove pulseaudio+sudo apt-get autoremove pulseaudio
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +</​note>​
  
 **Note:​** ​ Once PulseAudio is uninstalled,​ the "​Mixer"​ Item must be added to the bottom Panel to again have a volume control on the desktop. **Note:​** ​ Once PulseAudio is uninstalled,​ the "​Mixer"​ Item must be added to the bottom Panel to again have a volume control on the desktop.
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 So based on the above solution to get this laptop loaded, it would appear that some update related to PulseAudio is causing this "sound not working"​ situation on Laptops that are using the Ubuntu 12.04 repositories. (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, or any other version of Linux that is based on Ubuntu 12.04) So based on the above solution to get this laptop loaded, it would appear that some update related to PulseAudio is causing this "sound not working"​ situation on Laptops that are using the Ubuntu 12.04 repositories. (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, or any other version of Linux that is based on Ubuntu 12.04)
  
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