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noob question: How does one make pulseaudio -k happen on startup as that's the only way I can get audio from this laptop (Acer C720, Peppy 1.0, 2995U, 2GB RAM, Debian 9.9)

· Hyperspace · 2 · 2 · 1

@itst3k You can add it as a startup command in whatever DE you're using. You should be able to open your settings and search "startup" and add it there.

@itst3k the file /etc/rc.local is still recognized by dr evil's systemd, so you could simply create that text file and put it there.
I would assume no 'environment' and include the full path to pulseaudio in the line for your system.

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