Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 463041
Alterts and Sound Effects doesn't work on gnome-sound-properties
Last modified: 2008-10-06 13:35:39 EDT
Description of problem:
Alterts and Sound Effects doesn't work on gnome-sound-properties.
After checking Play alerts and sound effects, to click play button doesn't sound in Alterts and sound Effects
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch g-s-p
2. Check Play alerts and sound effects option.
3. click play button in Alfters and sound Effects
I think this belongs here too; if not let me know and I'll file a separate bug.
I've lost the cute little GNOME sounds that used to play when perform various actions in GNOME.
1. as above
2. as above
3. click on FF button in panel to open a new window
FF silently opens
FF opens to the a cute little sound
Possibly relevant rpms I have installed:
~$ grep canberra /var/log/rpmpkgs
~$ grep sound /var/log/rpmpkgs
~$ grep audio /var/log/rpmpkgs
Tentatively moving to libcanberra
Make sure to adjust the volume for the event sounds properly in pavucontrol.
Please open a terminal. Run these commands in there:
pulseaudio -vvv # this will continue to run, don't cancel it
This will give you debug output of PA in the terminal. Now run g-s-p and try to play your sounds. Does the pa debug output show that? (please paste the output here)
Lennart, I don't see any way to adjust the event sound volume in pavucontrol.
this is with pavucontrol 0.9.7-2.fc10
Ok, after moving /etc/pulse/default.pa.rpmnew to default.pa (thank you, rpm), I now have the sound event volume slider. And it is at 100%, still no event sounds to be heard.
Created attachment 319392 [details]
output of pulseaudio -vvv
This is a bug in PA actually. It's fixed upstream now, will upload a new
version to Fedora soon.
Fixed in 0.9.13-1