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kb:linux:oldaudiohp [2014/02/08 22:21]
Allen Smith
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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 
-→ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/​libreoffice-4-1 (upgrade to LibreOffice 4.1) +  * Use the appropriate PPA's to update GIMP and LibreOffice to the current version. (GIMP 2.8 & LibreOffice 4.2) 
-→ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:otto-kesselgulasch/gimp (upgrade ​to GIMP 2.8) +  * <​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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 {{tag>​kb:​solved kb:lts12p04 kb:mint13 kb:updates kb:audio kb:​pulseaudio}} {{tag>​kb:​solved kb:lts12p04 kb:mint13 kb:updates kb:audio kb:​pulseaudio}}
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