rebelxt wrote:In Linux Mint Mate 13 there is a "Volume Control" startup application. If you have the same program, I believe that it is overriding what you're doing in /etc/profile.d. Try putting a sleep command in your script. I suspect a low number, 3-5, will probably work.
I put my version of the program in the startup applications so each user can set the volume.
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if [ x"$DISPLAY" != x ] ; then
/usr/bin/pactl load-module module-x11-publish "display=$DISPLAY" > /dev/null
/usr/bin/pactl load-module module-x11-bell "display=$DISPLAY" "sample=bell.ogg" > /dev/null
/usr/bin/pactl load-module module-x11-cork-request "display=$DISPLAY" > /dev/null
/usr/bin/pactl set-sink-volume 0 10000
if [ x"$SESSION_MANAGER" != x ] ; then
/usr/bin/pactl load-module module-x11-xsmp "display=$DISPLAY session_manager=$SESSION_MANAGER" > /dev/null
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