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Old 30. Jun 2016, 02:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Linux Mint 18 is out! -looking for Pulse A. equalizer

Clem and team have once again done a great job at introducing a new version of their excellent distro. Thumbs up!



Anyway to install Pulse Audio equalizer on Linux Mint 18 like the one for Peppermint 7?
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Anyway to install Pulse Audio equalizer on Linux Mint 18 like the one for Peppermint 7?
"If you're facing issues with your microphone or your sound output, please install "pavucontrol".

This will add "PulseAudio Volume Control" to your menu. This application has more configuration options than the default volume control."

As per the release notes:

https://www.linuxmint.com/rel_sarah_cinnamon.php

My main desktop is triple booted including Mint 17.3 KDE but I replaced one of the other distros with 18 Cinnamon and it works flawlessly. I particularly like the update options offering to balance stability against security albeit a long overdue addition to Mint. I also installed a copy of Windows 7 inside VirtualBox and this too was a flawless experience.
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Old 04. Jul 2016, 01:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Actually, PulseAudio is just purrfect on LinuxMint.
Had seen an equalizer for it in Peppermint and was looking for equivalent for LM.
Speaking of PM (and similar LXDE distros like LXLE)... can't get the volume clip-on for volume controls of the headset to work there. Works just fine on so many other distros like LM etc.

LinuxMint is hard to beat but i'm in a tug of war with ChaletOS.
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