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Does this sound familiar to anyone? I got sound working because of this thread, just wanted to say thanx. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I’ll try this solution next time hope not. Looks like this issue has been introduced post version Tags for this Thread 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 limux 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.
[xubuntu] Realtek HD ALC Makes No Sound
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All times are GMT. Originally Posted by njn Looking at logging a bug with Alsa rather than starting a new thread. Want to know if that peripheral limux compatible with Linux?
Address family not supported by protocol ALSA lib pulse. Originally Posted by techprotocol.
Place your global alsa-lib configuration here…
I extracted the file to the desktop, loaded Konsole and cd’d to the new directory, then installed by: Looks like an issue specific to 64 bit and Alsa. Here is my environment: Originally Posted by oldcpu. Downloads Support Community Development.
The interesting point to note here is that this issue occurs in x or AMD64 releases only. All times are GMT Page linus of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Sound last worked in openSUSE Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.