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#1 2021-10-23 13:49:32

MLEvD
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Registered: 2021-02-14
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Chimaera still has bug in audio settings persistance for mate desktop

Hi, to reproduce the bug, launch 'Sound Preferences', select the 'Hardware' tab. Change the 'profile' from 'Analogue stereo duplex' to 'Analogue stereo output'. Close sound preferences and reboot.
When you return, you find your selection has not been saved.

Similarly, on the 'output' tab, the 'Connector' defaults to 'speakers'. Changing it to 'headphones', reboot, it has returned to 'speakers', even when speakers are turned off in bios.

Can somebody tell me please, which devuan specific package is responsible for saving these data? I can't log the bug against mate-media because the version is the same as debian and this bug does not occur in debian.

Last edited by MLEvD (2021-10-23 15:00:11)

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#2 2021-10-24 20:51:33

mexsudo
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Registered: 2020-09-17
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Re: Chimaera still has bug in audio settings persistance for mate desktop

I was able to reproduce this bug.

using same machine booting with Debian Mate the hardware edits as described by MLEvD are retained as expected

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#3 2021-10-25 10:11:25

MLEvD
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Re: Chimaera still has bug in audio settings persistance for mate desktop

After a little detective work and guesswork, looking at devuan specific files that are dependencies of mate-settings-daemon, I would suggest maybe either dbus or libdbus-1-3 are the problem. But how to know for sure, and which?

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