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Ubuntu uses the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) for managing sound output.
Does this mean that Xfce is going the way of Gnome and enforcing stupid defaults that you can't turn off. But I have to ask why isn't the sound control simply called off separately in Add to Panel menu.
I want the sound level high for Skype calls and low for games background music etc.
It's not as if we are asking for instant transportation or the ability to fly.
I'am Using UBUNTU 10.10 version i upgraded my os then the volume control button on system tray and the previous "Indicator Applet" were gone.
Now i added the volume control button by adding "Indicator Applet" from Add to Panel option at tray.
Personally, I don't want to alter settings so that the sound is on all the time.
FFS, I switched away from Gnome and KDE PRECISELY to avoid such UI-fascism! Indicator applet really doesn't spring to mind when I'm looking for sound volume!
But i also tried the following: "Use Alt F2 to open the Run Application app, paste gnome-volume-control-applet into the text field, and click the Run button" Then i had two volume control buttons after that i tried to remove the volume button which is came by the command line Not from the Indicator Applet Next i tried the following code in terminal to remove the volume button which was came from command line: "sudo apt-get purge indicator-sound" But the wrong thing is the volume button on Indicator Applet was gone I also add the indicator applet but the volume button doesn't coming back with the applet Now i want the Original Volume button along with the applet Not the other button.
you can go to the properties of file explorer, then device manager to sure you have no red X's due to unknown hardware. If you get sound, then go to Settings, System, notifications & Actions then click on Turn system icons on or off. Seems like every time Win 10 is updated, something which was working fine suddenly stops.
If sound is played in that user but not in yours, that means that something is wrong with your user configuration. If you see any solutions that involve changing the whole system's configuration, you probably don't have to follow them.
Most people, especially laptop users, have a built-in sound card for their computer on the motherboard.