Bug#625926: gnome-applets: mixer_applet2 fails to associate with sound card when auto-logged in at first boot
joss at debian.org
Sat May 7 08:39:16 UTC 2011
reassign 625926 systemd,consolekit
Le samedi 07 mai 2011 à 00:47 -0400, Daniel Kahn Gillmor a écrit :
> i've set up gdm3 to auto-log in my user account on this machine. The
> user account is not a member of group audio. I'm also using systemd,
> so the boot ordering might well be non-deterministic.
What you describe sounds like a consolekit startup problem when using
> In the first login session immediately after boot, the gnome volume
> control applet (which i think is mixer_applet2) shows up with a little
> X over the speaker -- it's not muted, it's indicating that the user
> isn't in control of any sound device. Clicking on the icon doesn't
> bring up any slider or mute checkbox or anything.
> If i right click and choose "open volume control", i do actually get a
> volume control which i can manipulate, though.
So that would be because permissions on /dev/snd/* devices, set by udev
through a consolekit helper, are not set when your session starts, but
they are properly set up later (which means CK has properly registered
I’m not really used to debugging such issues; I guess you could use a
tool to trace the boot process and try to search why udev-acl is run too
.''`. Josselin Mouette
: :' :
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