Hi. I wrote some time ago about my problems with sound in PulseAudio. I decited to remove it, and use only ALSA like I was few months ago (I think). Currently in alsamixer I have only "PulseAudio" master volume, before that I had more sliders. But... how to remove PulseAudio? Pacman says, that gnome-settings-daemon depends on pulseaudio. How can I disable it?
After a lot of time (and negative votes) I decided to install pulseaudio, since sound in my 9.10 system was not working properly. And I must admit that solved almost all of my sound problems. All is left is a small one. My mic works perfectly. I tested it under audacity. But when it comes to skype I can't get it working.
Hi everyone, I have the following "problem": my sound card is a Audiotrack Prodigy 7.1 hifi but looking in hardinfo the modules loaded for the codecs are "snd_ak4xxx_adda" and "snd_ak4114" witch are for AKM codecs and my card has Wolfson ( WM8776/8766 )codecs .
I'm using NoMachine's FreeNX client on my Vista PC to access my Fedora 12 box. Mostly works a real peach and I'm very impressed with it. But...... Working through some of the stuff I'd "like" it to do I'm struggling with enabling sound.
I've enabled the Multimedia setting in the NX Client. I've loaded via Add/Remove Software,
I used one of the help guides for establishing hdmi sound here
and also installed pulseaudio volume control. I can see the hdmi sound which would come out of my tv speakers yet isn't. In PulseAudio, the sound bar pulses which shows sound activity. The picture is great. The sound is no longer sent out of the built in speakers. My TV is not muted.