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Bodhi Linux: sound fix (if messed it up)

It is not the first time when I install something new, and that messes up whole system. For example I have installed desktop gadgets, which required some gnome dependences, which installed pulseaudio, which resulted with problem, having sound only in one application at a time. I had whole main menu trashed with gnome software, which I did not need. But main problem was sound, fixed it with this command:
sudo su
apt-get remove --purge pulseaudio*

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