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How to fix Sound Problem or Audio Issue in Rolling Kali 2016.2

Method 1:
Follow me for fixing Audio issue in Rolling Kali 2016.2,

> First open your terminal and type,
  systemctl –user enable pulseaudio && systemctl –user start pulseaudio
 After writing this or Copy-Paste this code hit Enter.

> Wait until it running.After running this code successfully you should Restart/Reboot system.After Restart/Reboot system you will notice that your audio is working properly.

Method 2:
> First open your terminal and type  lspci and hit enter.Then you will show your audio device which you are using already.

> Now type and copy-paste this line and hit enter,
sudo apt-get install libasound2 alsa-utils alsa-oss
after typing and and copy-paste this code wait some time it installing some package on your system.

> After completing install type alsamixer and hit enter.A new window will be open on your terminal.

> In this window you will see some channel which are muted.If any of these channels are muted then you will show in the bottom MM.If you enable sound then you should enable it.First you should need to select channel which you want to enable.You could enable it by pressing m button.After enabling it will show 00 instead of MM.Then you will see audio is working properly.

Method 3:

> Open your terminal and type 
 pulseaudio -D
Hit enter and you will show "This program is not intended to be run as root(unless --system is specified)"

> If we run this at system start up then we will need to edit bashrc file.So type on terminal gedit .bashrc and bashrc open in gedit.(To run it at startup, need to create a new user with name and password and login with user credentials(username and password).)

> Go to end of the bashrc file which is opened already and write,
           pulseaudio -D
and Save and Restart/Reboot.

Method 4:

> First open your terminal and type,
 leafpad /etc/pulse/daemon.conf
A configuration file will be open and now we will need to find default-sample-channels , so press Ctrl+f and a box will be open and paste default-sample-channels and hit enter you will find this then we will need to some thing.You will see a semicolon 
 ; default-sample-channels = 2
is before default-sample-channels now you will need to remove this and remove 2 instead of 1
So finally it will like be,
 default-sample-channels = 1 then save it.

> Type on your terminal pulseaudio --start (its return a error like this "This program is not intended to be run as root(unless --system is specified)",but working now) and reboot your system.

That's all.Keep in touch and check next post :D

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