> H.S.: Thanks very much. I now have KDE working on-line! Do you know of
> a similar fix for XFCE?
> Regarding sound, I don't see anything in KDE/System Settings/Computer
> Administration/Sound regarding "pulseaudio" or anything else that would
> give me a clue as to how to fix this non-working sound in KDE
> Perhaps, I'm missing something obvious?
In a terminal, do:
$> ps uax | grep pulse
if you get something like this:
/usr/bin/pulseaudio --log-target=syslog -Lmodule-esound-compat-spawnfd fd=12
as a process, then you are running PA.
Next, you need to go to KDE's control center and then to Sound section,
and in Hardware you need to choose Enlightened Sound Daemon.
If you are not running pulseaudio, then we will do this in a different way.
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