Bug#900856: [pulseaudio] Also for me same problem on two different machines since yesterday (daily) update

Matteo Calorio matteo.calorio at ors.it
Mon Jun 25 10:35:20 BST 2018

On Thu, 21 Jun 2018 11:02:45 +0200 Matteo Calorio <matteo.calorio at ors.it><mailto:matteo.calorio at ors.it> wrote:

> I have the same problem on a desktop and on a laptop running KDE since yesterday. It doesn't seem to me pulseaudio updated, but maybe some library or anything else...
> lspci still see audio hardware, but on Audio Volume -> Advance I have "No Device Profiles Available": it seems sound system can't see hardware.
> Re-enabling autospawn didn't work for me.

I set auto-spawn and reinstalled removed packages, but this (only) didn't solve my problem. Then with a lsof /dev/snd/pcm* as suggested somewhere else I noticed these devices where locked by timidity. With a service timidity stop I finally solved my problem. Then I uninstalled timidity, I don't even know if I ever used it.

I hope this helps.


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