I am running KDE and have installed PulseAudio (with pulseaudio-alsa) as my sound systemEverything has been running fine, when I reboot my system and log back into KDE my volume level is remembered (currently at 30%)This morning I installed the Google Talk plugin from AUR and that relies on alsa-utils, when I start using Chrome as soon as it uses the Google Talk plugin my volume jumps to 100%My qu
It's still a mystery to me. I use mplayer but it seems to talk directly to ALSA as far as I can tell. I have a KDE desktop, but I didn't install a back end for phonon, and I don't have pulse audio either. Everything works the way I want it so I'm not sweating it.
I originally had a different motherboard with the usual HD'97 sort of codec onboard and sound worked fine. Then I upgraded my motherboard to a Gigabyte G1.Sniper 3 which has a Creative CA0132 sound chip. I did not reinstall after the upgrage, but everything worked fine, including the sound. Then maybe a month or so back I did system updates and the sound stopped working.
Alright, so I've got this sound, right? And it's not working. I know, I know. Common problem with linux noobs, RTFM and google it and all that. The thing is I've tried to just hit up alsa to gimme sound, that didn't work. When I try to run music on console it complains about driver problems and of course drivers were installed and did nothing.It's an IBM Thinkpad T22.
Hello all,did a fresh install of arch last weekend, installed cinnamon and gnome 3.10. I had sound working fine. Since cinnamon would lock up on me (tried the update, didn't work), and didn't care of the new gnome classic, I uninstalled gnome and cinnamon and installed Xfce4. Everything went smoothly, except after Xfce install, I have no sound, where it worked 1 hour pr
I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 and as I was going through settings I noticed that the sound from my laptop's built in speakers is good (the way it is supposed to be) and sound from my monitor speakers,
which is connected by HDMI is different.