I've been unable to get my microphone to work on CentOS 6.2 on a stock HP Z800I tried the ElRepo kmod-alsa package, tried compiling latest alsa driver from source... nothing... not... [by mogga]
on 03/07/2012 – Made popular on 03/07/2012
durazell wrote:c2h5oh wrote:I've got some bad news for you: you will not get the microphone to work right now: Alsa driver offers very basic support for Xonar DG - the only thing that works now is audio output.What works:- Audio output using rear panelWhat doesn't work:- Microphone- Front panel (no audio output/input)- Automatic device switching (ie switching to headphones when you plug
I run a CentOS Server with VNC enabled and some services require a microphone to work properly, but it doesn't have to be used for recording, just a microphone device available. So I was wondering if I can create a virtual recording device that can be used as a microphone, but it doesn't have to input any sound. I don't think that I'm running alsa tools. Is this possible?
well I'm not really sure of anything when it comes to this stuff, and this is why I'm here.But it wasn't working before I started blacklisting things, just followed the wiki and blacklisted stuff that were said to work.Recently I found a thing on the wiki for Acer One laptops (not mine but similar).
Hello#!I have a Yeti Pro, by Blue. It's a USB condenser microphone. ALSA sees it, I can manipulate the volume with the alsamixer. I don't think it's configured properly, but I don't know where to start. I'm not the greatest with audio, so hang on.I appreciate any insight, thanks!