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ajaxStardust 12-02-2012 11:42 PM

USB: Logitech Wireless Headset
 
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At Issue; problematic for this User:
How do i convince the GUI soft, such as-- gmusicbrowser; clementine; Volume Control GUI; etc-- that the adequate hardware is present, that I might then use audio-playback software, for example: listen to music?

BOX: Lenovo IdeaCentre K330B
Kernel: 3.2.0-34-generic
Distro: MINT13
Up-to-date MINT, MATE{*3} Desktop Environment 1.2.0 (however, running on a SanDisk USB drive)
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As clearly illustrated via screen capture, those relevant [i.e. the Volume Mixer, as oft found in a panel area, near clocks and logout buttons] software indicate false hardware data, thus a difficulty in the management thereof: it has neither audio in, nor audio out device(s) present. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...1&d=1354509453

Moreover, what's obviously visible to certain, apparently more well-informed processes, such as the command-line utility for inspecting USB Device details [newbs: Open your terminal; your console; your CLI, and copy/paste the following 'man' (not as in "spark-a-bone, man!", rather as in, 'Read the Freedom Manual') query, where -k denotes "what follows is a regular expression" "man -k usb\-devices":


for I've learned the contrary is true; the system does not deny the presense of the device, according to a lower-level, less-abstracted solution:

some@prompt$ sudo usb-devices
clearly, reveals a hardware; something i desire for audio playback

T: Bus=02 Lev=02 Prnt=02 Port=00 Cnt=01 Dev#= 5 Spd=12 MxCh= 0
D: Ver= 1.10 Cls=00(>ifc ) Sub=00 Prot=00 MxPS=64 #Cfgs= 1
P: Vendor=046d ProdID=0a12 Rev=01.00
S: Manufacturer=Logitech
S: Product=Logitech Wireless Headset
C: #Ifs= 4 Cfg#= 1 Atr=80 MxPwr=100mA
I: If#= 0 Alt= 0 #EPs= 0 Cls=01(audio) Sub=01 Prot=00 Driver=(none)
I: If#= 1 Alt= 0 #EPs= 0 Cls=01(audio) Sub=02 Prot=00 Driver=(none)
I: If#= 2 Alt= 0 #EPs= 0 Cls=01(audio) Sub=02 Prot=00 Driver=(none)
I: If#= 3 Alt= 0 #EPs= 1 Cls=03(HID ) Sub=00 Prot=00 Driver=usbhid


This, not to mention, the Lenovo IdeaCentre K330B has on-board "Realtek HDA", peculiarly-enough, once recognized/named/used by Win7-- if memory serves-- an Intel HD Audio device.

{*3}
Veteran users: GNU/Linux, *NIX-like O/S outfitted w/ Window Managers; robust Destkop Environments (e.g. GNOME; KDE; XFCE; etc.),
What is Remarkable, in my limited experience: The "MATE" d/t: apparently, for those who prefer a more "GNOME 2", or LXDE-sort of layout, over the default 'buntu d/top, current editions (ahem, GNOME d/top, current), "MATE" is where resides the continuing life of an otherwise :sigh: d/top-layout of yesteryear. [Ugh! -- Win8; smartphones; who cares! but, i digest.]

TB0ne 12-03-2012 04:00 PM

You don't say what model of Logitech wireless headset you're using, so it's hard to be specific. Bluetooth devices use A2DP, while some of the headsets just use a specific dongle. Based on many things that are easily found on Google, it would seem that Pulseaudio will discover a new output device and you just have to select it. There may also be some small things to do, but again, without knowing your headset model, it's hard to say.

http://www.epsilon.valshak.com/node/17


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