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Originally Posted by pichlo View Post
Yeah, I am suspecting a corruption due to an unexpected reboot, which was only indirectly related to DOSBox (when I had to reboot due to unresponsiveness).

How did you fix it? I would rather not reflash if I can avoid it.
Oh, so it's permanent for you? For me a reboot with taking out battery for few seconds when it's off makes it work correctly again. Stupid question, but - have you checked the volume level while talking while you talk by receiver speaker? Or could you try to play something other on this speaker to confirm it works (I'm not sure if it's easy to do that, but I think it should be possible)?
 

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Thanks for your reply. I thought I had fixed it at least once by the battery out trick as you say but until you said it, I was not sure I was not imagining it.

Now it is very much permanent. I tried again just to be sure: turn off, take the battery out for the duration of my commute (about one hour), turn on again - no joy (and yes, I have checked the volume setting ).

The microphone still works though: the other side can hear me, only I cannot hear them when the sound is routed through the receiver. Loudspeaker, Bluetooth, headphones, all OK. So it might be a hardware fault, I suppose. Any good idea how I can test that?
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Just ran fsck on my optfs by exporting it through Backupmenu. No problems found. Still no sound through the receiver. No idea how to check rootfs.

Code:
# fsck -n -f -v /dev/sdb2
fsck from util-linux 2.25.2
e2fsck 1.42.12 (29-Aug-2014)
Pass 1: Checking inodes, blocks, and sizes
Pass 2: Checking directory structure
Pass 3: Checking directory connectivity
Pass 4: Checking reference counts
Pass 5: Checking group summary information

       21301 inodes used (15.30%, out of 139264)
         801 non-contiguous files (3.8%)
          29 non-contiguous directories (0.1%)
             # of inodes with ind/dind/tind blocks: 1162/60/0
      346734 blocks used (64.13%, out of 540664)
           0 bad blocks
           1 large file

       18681 regular files
        1657 directories
           0 character device files
           0 block device files
           1 fifo
         113 links
         953 symbolic links (865 fast symbolic links)
           0 sockets
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       21405 files
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