Re: Small sound when using Orca on Ubuntu Mate - Raspberry Pi , From Hanoi - Vietnam
Hi, thuy pham:
I have several suggestions for you.
First, I want to invite you to join the Orca and Blinux lists, where
users of this technology provide support to one another. If you need
Orca, you are far more likely to get help via these other lists.
Next about setting the audio volume, two suggestions--though there are
other ways, too.
1.) In the Gnome Desktop you should be able to do Alt+Ctrl+TAB to
get to the Gnome Menu. Under System you'll find audio settings for
2.) I personally prefer to manage this from a command terminal, e.g.
gnome-terminal, using alsa directly.
will show you all the available controls for your audio card--assuming
you have only one.
amixer cget numid=X
will show you the current value, where X is one of the controls you
just listed out.
amixer cset numidX=Y
will reset that value to the new value Y.
If you have more than one sound card, you need to be specific about
which card you're sending commands for. You do that like this:
amixer -c0 controls
where 0 is the first card. To get a list of cards, use:
Hope this helps, and hope to see you on the Orca and Blinux lists soon!
thuy pham writes:
> Hi everyone.
> My name Pham Xuan Thuy. I'm from Hanoi, Vietnam.
> I install Ubuntu Mate for Raspberry Pi 3, and Orca is available on Ubuntu
> However, sound come out of the Orca very small. Please help me, changes
> volume of this sound. Thank you so much!
> My setup is show on enclosed video.
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DQRO6BLxIg&feature=youtu.be >
> *Phạm Xuân Thùy*
> *Ha Noi University of Science and Technology *
> *Mobile phone: 0962.539.275*