Re: No sound after installing debian
On 10/2/2018 11:27 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: john doe <email@example.com>
>> Sent: Tuesday, October 2, 2018 4:10 AM
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: Re: No sound after installing debian
>> On 10/2/2018 9:49 AM, Curt wrote:
>>> On 2018-10-01, <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>> Hi all, I am a blind user of Debian and have made several attempts to
>>>> install Debian both stretch and testing with the same strange problem. I
>>>> have speech during the install prosses and the system installs with no
>>>> problem. How ever after booting into the new system the speech is not
>>>> there. I tried going to alsamixer with root access and razing the sound
>>>> valume with no luck. This happens both with the alfa and stable installs.
>>>> I tried with both isos installing with a gnome install as well as a mate
>>>> install. I don't recall ever having this problems with this. I do not have
>>>> any bare bones system to try with so using a virtual machine. Any one here
>>>> have any ideas on how to rectify getting speech back aftr installing.
>>> Some troubleshooting ideas here:
>>> Apparently pulseaudio is a problem and either must be run as root,
>>> removed, or disabled (in the case of Gnome where extirpation is
>>> impossible without taking the kitchen sink, the bath water, and the baby
>>> along with it).
>> Regarding Debian stable (Stretch) this bug only happened when switching
>> from desktop Manager (DM) to the console.
>> So the OP should have speatch working when booting for the first time
>> after installation.
>> To the OP:
>> Are you able to play any sounds at all?
> Yes. At the login screen, I hear the beep that tells me I am at the beginning of the edit box. Not sure if that helps any.
Given that you have root access to the VM, I would try to disable the DM:
$ systemctl get-default
Be sure to use the value given by the output of this command after testing.
$ systemctl set-default multi-user.target
$ systemctl reboot
Is espeakup speaking?
Which VM software are you using?
P.S. Resending this e-mail through the list, so other might chime in! :)