Okay, I've already solved this but it was an odd problem.
Before triggering the upgrade to 11.10, my sound was working fine. Never actually had a sound issue before with Ubuntu/Xubuntu. Speakers were still working I checked them first. Built-in sound card was still enabled in the bios. From there I moved onto the standard tests to see where the problem was.
illusionist wrote:when was the last time you updated your system ?EDIT: how about pacman -Syyf networkmanagerthanks! that solved my problem but this message still ldconfig: El fichero /usr/lib/libnm-glib.so.4.3.0 está vacío, no se comprueba.
Sorry, I AM using mplayer2 (I'll edit the first post), and unfortunately that method doesn't work.For now I've solved using rsound for mplayer2, and the emulated sound card for the unimportant (youtube, etc) rest.
Say I have two main machines these days, a Dell 660 with Win. 8 core i5, and Lenovo W530, also with Win. 8, and a core i7. All VM's work flawlessly on the Lenovo,
but on the Dell, I have seen issues with the same VM not working on it, as far as getting sound goes. The constant thread is GNOME based DE, which I think includes Unity.
KDE does not have this problem, but alas, I am not a KDE guy.
Tarqi wrote:http://broislinux.no-ip.orgworks for me. Solved?Meanwhile I have contacted my ISP about this problem and they had to forward port 80 to my local IP adress, so they did.It solved my problem.