Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1301688
Can't start pulseaudio server after using pulseaudio-equalizer
Last modified: 2016-12-20 13:11:45 EST
Description of problem:
PulseAudio Equalizer GUI works well but after using it and saving settings the pulseaudio server doesn't start any more.
I get the following error if I try to start it manually:
E: [pulseaudio] module-stream-restore.c: Failed to parse module arguments
E: [pulseaudio] module.c: Failed to load module "module-stream-restore" (argument: "restore_device=false restore_device=false"): initialization failed.
E: [pulseaudio] main.c: Module load failed.
E: [pulseaudio] main.c: Failed to initialize daemon.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
-OS: Fedora release 22 (Twenty Two) kernel 4.2.7-200.fc22.x86_64 #1 SMP
-Pulseaudio: pulseaudio 6.0
-Pulseaudio Equalizer: PulseAudio Equalizer/LADSPA Processor 2.7 (05/02/2010)
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Download the pulseaudio-equalizer
2.Open the GUI and modify the preset
3.Enable both checkbox
4.Click on "Apply Settings"
Pulseadio server doesn't start any more if it is rebooted
Pulseadio should keep working as usual.
The problem can be manually fixed by opening the file ~/.pulse/default.pa
and changing the line:
load-module module-stream-restore restore_device=false restore_device=false
load-module module-stream-restore restore_device=false
removing the attribute duplication.
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