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What can I do to find out what the issue is and to fix it? But there is no sound coming out of either front or rear 3. After killing timidity the interface appeared.
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Fix No Sound (Dummy Output) Issue In Ubuntu With SND HDA Intel
Zarko Jevtic Cntroller 19, at 8: It’s probably as well a labeling issue. I don’t even know if you checked that the volume isn’t 0 or muted What is your Hardware tab set to? Then try solving the problem using the instructions below. How can i find out what that name is?
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linux – How do you get the Intel JI on-board audio to work in Ubuntu Karmic ? – Super User
As of Ubuntu 6. The HD Audio standard has many output channels.
I have tried this with my fresh install of Ubuntu Conexant CX Veniceusing Ubuntu 8. Braiam I hopefully ih10 up any doubts of mute issues. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Page History Login to edit.
CONFIG_SND_HDA_INTEL: HD Audio PCI
How do I know which one is the right one for my sound card? Sound used to work familu I let the package manager upgrade everything. The default device is set to my sound card F6 in alsa mixer The device does not show in sound settings its as if it isnt installed when every command to verify is tells me it is.
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Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_SND_HDA_INTEL: HD Audio PCI
Mixer doesn’t seem to work: I have a GTX and when I tried to use something other than nouveau it completely shut my audio out and no solutions would work what so ever I’ve been following this thread since updating to Ubuntu The sound devices show up in alsamixer and everything seems normal there. Partners Support Community Ubuntu. Sign up using Facebook. Eventually, I pressed Esc to end alsamixer and save my changes.
I tried many suggested solutions out there but it still does not want to work.
Ok you are really onto something here fossfreedom. So I add myself to the audio and video groups and rebooted. A better way is to create a backport by using the build scripts from your current alsa source packages.
Open the console and run alsamixer and turn up audio on all and set channels to 6. You are life saver.