Mixer doesn’t seem to work: The thing thats still confusing me is whether or not I can acctually use surround sound, KMix seems to have found quite a number of audio components with names like ‘side’ ‘front’ ‘centre’ and ‘surround’ but what I cant tell is if these are the names its given to the hardware outputs, or whether, say all the hardware outputs are within the ‘surround’ level and it just uses the default output configuration for each channel. Visit the following links: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I installed Wine and it appears to be running fine, however when I try and install the Realtek package, although it installs OK, I cant seem to get the application to run. Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.
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Not a member yet? A better way is to create a backport by using the build scripts from your current alsa source packages. It is recommended that you see the more generic SoundTroubleshooting page for information on how to update audio drivers.
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Thanks for your answer. HD-Audio-Models If you compiled your own kernel or ALSA modules, the documentation for your version can probably be found in the source package you used Search for your model, and take a look at its types, for example I found the following lines for ALC No sound at all Low volume output High pitched noise Poor sound quality Sound disappears when touching volume controls Sound works at random after each reboot No mic working Sound only plays through headphones or internal speakers not through attached audio sets Manually Specify Module Parameters First you must find which model of sound card you use, so run this command: The time now is The sound card is recognized by the system sudo aplay -l but the sound list in System Settings – Sound – Output etc.
I installed Wine and it appears to be running fine, however when I try and install the Realtek package, although it installs OK, I cant seem to get the application to run. The only thing I changed yesterday was my default runlevel from 3 to 4.
Never tell people how to do things. Follow this hyperlink to section “Increasing very low microphone input” to see how to do it https: However, the following problems might occur on some setups: Hope you get it to work, Good Luck.
Candidate for Moving This article may not be appropriate for this wiki, and should be moved to the Team wiki. Linux Power User Bundle. Your soundcard is configured properly you have the correct output plugin selected.
Join our community today! In fact, the problem is that I was using too high volume levels. This may not work, but find the Windows Realtek app installer online or somewhere.
Does this sound familiar to anyone? As of Ubuntu 6.
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Having a problem logging in? Identify the Problem Most cards seem to work as of Ubuntu 9.
Slackware This Forum is for the discussion of Slackware Linux. Tried also to install Realtek Linux Driver from http: All times are GMT I opened the “alsamixer” and raised up the pcm and limux master and unmuted all of the columns.
Place your global alsa-lib configuration here…
Contact me skadge -at- gmail -dot- com if you have the same issue. Eventually, I pressed Esc to end alsamixer and save my changes. Are you linx to LinuxQuestions. Sometimes the volume control chooses the OSS mixer if the compatibility module is loaded.
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