:~$ apt set up pulseaudio-equalizer
A essential element, no icon was included within the Gnome Purposes menu. I believe is essential to repair it. So, I runned
and I obtained the error messages
Warning: Ignoring XDG_SESSION_TYPE=wayland on Gnome. Use QT_QPA_PLATFORM=wayland to run on Wayland anyway.
There was an error connecting to pulseaudio, please be sure you have the pulseaudio dbus module loaded, exiting…
and I obtained the message
E: [pulseaudio] pid.c: Daemon already operating.
E: [pulseaudio] foremost.c: pa_pid_file_create() failed.
So, I loaded the modules th at had been lacking
:~$ pactl load-module module-equalizer-sink
:~$ pactl load-module module-dbus-protocol
and the equalizer opened and it did not work (the sound wasn’t altering).
One other essential element, why do theses modules should not loaded by default? I believe that is one other factor to be fastened.
I created the file ~/.config/pulse/default.pa with the traces
and I restarted to examine. After the Gnome login the pc begin to “freeze” by some seconds. On this situation, if I run
:~$ pactl checklist modules quick | grep module-dbus-protocol
the terminal stops till I do Crtl+C.
If I attempt to load some module (module-equalizer-sink or module-dbus-protocol) I obtained an error message. So unusual…
I restarted the pc once more and the “freezing” occurred once more. So, on this approach I deleted the file ~/.config/pulse/default.pa to come back again to the early scenario. I restarted and the “freezing” did not occurred once more.
I attempted one other answer. I put in
:~$ apt set up pulseeffects
and the equalizer was not working. Wanting the pulseeffects FAQ,
I discovered an answer, to run
:~$ apt set up lsp-plugins
Delete the folder ~/.config/gstreamer-1.0 (if it exists)
After to shut the pulseeffects (if is opened) and run
:~$ dconf reset -f /com/github/wwmm/pulseeffects/
On this approach, the equalizer of the pulseeffects labored.