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
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 reformatted my hard drive and installed Mandriva 2011.
It works fine. I can go to the Internet
The problem is no sound.
I want to listen to songs from YouTube. Sound doesn't come.
I see a man is singing on the screen. No sound.
I had no problem with my old Mandriva. Sound and everything worked fine.