Hello. I have an older i3-540 machine with two audio devices: Device #0 is HDA Intel played through HDMI. Device #1 is a CS46xx (old Turtle Beach sound card). The HDMI audio is used by Kodi. The other audio device is used by a separate audio player and goes to other rooms. I'm seeing normal CPU usage when either of the audio devices is in use but unusually high CPU usage when both are in use.
At first, I thought Kodi might be the culprit since it recently upgraded to v17. But I can reproduce the problem with two instances of mpg123 (Kodi not running) which perhaps suggests that it doesn't matter which audio client is used. Here's a quick rundown of what I'm seeing:
Since I can play audio through each individual device fine it suggests that it's not a problem with the low-level audio drivers. The only time things go sideways is when both audio devices are active. I've tried the "tsched=0" trick with no noticeable improvement.
Is there a known problem getting pulseaudio to play nicely with two or more audio devices?
System details: Ubuntu 16.04 4.4.0-64-generic x86-64 kernel i3-540 CPUsubmitted by /u/imakesawdust
Hello there, I have recently switched to Kali Linux system on my laptop and have set up a seperate folder (or is it a partition?) called /home where files like movies, documents e.t.c should be stored.
I don't want to always run my computer with sudo priviledges that's why I created another account that I will generally use and gave itt non-administrator status. The problem is, it can't write or copy into that folder any files whatsoever which makes the whole /home partition/folder useless to me.
Anyone knows how to give it access?
TL:DR; Non-administrative account can't place/write files into /home folder. How can I give access to it?submitted by /u/TotalimusTV
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