I am using 12.10. When I try to open sound setting menu in system setting, it is closing automatically. I faced the same issue with 12.04 LTS also.
Can You please help me in resolving the issue?
on 11/06/2012 – Made popular on 11/06/2012
I'm having a little issue with the ubuntu 11.10 sound menu integration with gmusicbrowser. After I installed the player, it appeared in the menu like it should, but it only opens one time per session. If I close it, it won't open anymore using the ubuntu sound menu - only if I use the alt + f2 or a terminal. It just opens again using the menu after I logout or doing compiz --replace.
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when I plugged a earphone i can hear sound but cannot be controlled by the system.
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