I just installed Pulse Audio over my ALSA installation. Is there a Pulse Audio equivalent of alsamixer that I can use for tasks such as changing the microphone gain?
I'm running 12.04 64bit with VirtualBox 4.2.4 and I finally have audio playing from VirtualBox (Windows 7) using the ALSA driver. My problem now is that I'm not getting any audio from any other sources locally in Ubuntu (VLC, Firefox, etc).
Hey guys,Crunchbang is an awesome distro, the only one I can stand but I'm having issues with my hardware. I'm using a Asus Z77 motherboard with Realtek HD Audio. I downloaded the drivers and manually installed them.
Hi guys, I'm not sure im posting this in the right place or not. Im a world of warcraft player and i need to use Mangler in place of vent. I installed Mangler and one of its requirements was pulse-audio. I installed pulse-audio everything worked great except i couldn't get sound out of wow if i started mangler first and vice-versa. I then found a version of Mangler that worked with alsa.
I have xubuntu (technically ubuntu with xubuntu-desktop installed) as a host system and minimalistic ubuntu as guest. Both uses ALSA. I've deinstalled pulse audio from host in purpose of making environment clear after discovering audio dysfunction. In both host and guest system user is a member of audio group and may use alsamixer freely (all channels are enabled).
Hi everyone, not sure where else to turn.I have a monitor that has built in speakers and a webcam (an asus, if wondering).I've tried everything to get audio working over HDMI (it is detected by alsa, but not pulse audio), and I can't raise the audio volume from alsamixer, and it is NOT muted. It is detected in paman as an INPUT device, not output device.