Ubuntu Multimedia :: Jack Detection Not Working - Toshiba T135D
Mar 15, 2010
I bought a Toshiba T135D-S1324 two days ago, and the only thing I can't get to work is for the internal speakers to automatically mute when headphones are plugged in. (Ubuntu 9.10 for AMD64 by the way.)
I have tried to add "options snd-hda-intel model=laptop probe_mask=1" to /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf but that didn't work.
The jack detection box is not available under sound preferences. Alsamixer only shows PCM and Master.
In Maverick, I had sound working through a USB sound card and through my laptop internal speakers. The built-in headphone jack did not work. After upgrade to Natty, only the internal speakers work, so I have no way of playing through external speakers or headphones. My ALSA debug output is here: [URL]..I have been using pavucontrol for mixing and output selection, and nothing is muted. Sound works through internal speakers, built-in analog output, and USB sound card in Windows, so there is no hardware problem.
Getting either working would be fine. I may be failing to understand fundamental things.
I just installed Ubuntu 11.04 onto a Toshiba L30-10W. The built-in speakers work and the headphone jack work, but I can't get the microphone jack to work. I've tried all of the ALSA options (e.g.- options snd-hda-intel model=laptop), but none of them work.
I have tried every forum that exists, but I have been sadly frustrated in setting up this netbook's headphone jack and internal microphone to work. Basically the speakers work fine, but as soon as I plug in headphones nothing happens, then I unplug the headphones and the speakers work fine. I tried adding the following two lines to the /etc/modprob.d/alsa-base.conf options snd-hda-intel position_fix=1 model=3stack options snd-hda-intel model=dell-vostro enable=1 index=0 one of the other forums told me to do this, but no luck.Also I tried this too: [URL]...
My only glitch with Ubuntu, which runs flawlessly on this beast, otherwise.I have spent more than 50 hours on this problem. In my case, inserting headphone jack doesn't mute internal speakers. There is sound in the headphone though.alsamixer ot gnome-alsamixer doesn't even show the headphone option. So I cannot change their values.I have tried model= various options, with no avail.I have uploaded my information to alsa projct and the link is: http://www.alsa-project.org/db/?f=18...788fc1458ff422
I had Ubuntu 10.4 installed and JACK was working excellent. I noticed that gnome was a little more than what I needed so I installed the xubuntu-desktop package. After that install JACK no longer works... I run the command jackd -d alsa and I get a bus error. I did a new install from an xubuntu iso and same error.
For the first time since I use xubuntu I have needed the external mic jack to do some recordings and it does not work. Here is the data I get with "amixer", "aplay -l", "lspci -v" and "modprobe snd + TABkey" For my hardware setup please see my signature.
Just curious if someone could help me with my issue, I've noticed that my internal mic doesn't work, and when I plug in headphones it stops the use of the speakers but I hear nothing through the headphones. I'm running openSUSE 11.3 and have had almost no major problems until this. I've searched around and asked a couple friends and have made absolutely no progress.
I have a Toshiba Satellite A660 laptop with Ubuntu 10.04. I am sure that the internal microphone works because when I reboot into Windows it works fine. It does not work in Ubuntu instead. I tried three things:
1) Action: I checked all the volumes, made sure that the microphone is not muted and selected the proper device as "Analog Stereo Duplex". Result: no improvements.
2) Action: I installed PulseAudio to better manage the volumes. Result: no improvements.
3) Action: in the Terminal, I executed the line " sudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf " and then added the line " options snd-hda-intel model=toshiba " at the bottom of the page that opened. I saved, closed and rebooted. Result: no improvements.
I executed in the Terminal the command " wget [URL]. The link to where data were uploaded is [URL].
I'm at the tail end of my upgrade from Lenny to Squeeze and I think this sound issue is the last one I have. As usual I've tried hunting for some answers but it gets very confusing when people are using KDE or PulseAudio or Ubuntu or slightly different configuration to what I have.
My config: Debian Squeeze 2.6.32 Alsa (just because I was using that in Lenny and it was working, no other reason) Gnome Rhythmbox Skype
Skype is pretty good - it has the sound configuration built in, so I say ring the speakers and it does. I say talk to the headset and it does. Rhythmbox is my music player (again just because I was using it under Lenny) however it only wants to play through the headset. I can't seem to get it to play to the speakers attached to the rear port.
Summary of some settings (transposed manually) # aplay -l *** List of PLAYBACK hardware devices *** card 0: Headset (Logitech) device 0: usb audio subdevice 0/1 card 1: Intel HDA device 0: ALC883 Analog
installed Opensuse 11.4 onto the Fujitsu Amilo L7320GW laptop, and all works well except for the headphone jack. Sound works from the laptop speakers and when the headphones are plugged in the sound is muted from the main speakers, but no sound via the headphones.I've looked at other threads within the forum, and it appears that editing the 50-sound.conf file has helped other people, however the soundcard is a Realtek ALC655 (chipset VIA VT82xx), and l cannot see a listing for the ALC655 within the alsa/HD-Audio-Models.txtListed below is the information requested:-[URL]
The Green jack for audio of the sound card is dead. The other jacks [Blue and Pink] are not working for audio. I have them working as audio outputs in windows xp-using the Realtek interface.How can I do the same in Ubuntu?
I have a toshiba m305d satelite laptop i installed ubuntu karmic 9.10 and evrything seems to be working fine including wireless and ethernet which was not working previously .. but now with alsa my mic was not working and hence i uninstalled alsa and installes oss4 as was directed by other forums .. however with alsa my sound was working in skype but now nothing seems to work .. i am getting error as "problem with audio playback" i am using skype 2.0 as 2.1 was said to be not compatible with oss4 also the sounds in my pdgin im client is not working ..
here is my component information code...
i have tried checking mic using ossrecord but dint get ne output.. i also tried sound recorder which also dint work with both alsa and oss4
now the thing is with oss4 even the speakers are not working for some applications like pdgin and skype which was working with alsa
So, help me through getting my audio working properly on my Toshiba Satellite A105-S2081 Laptop. I think I've been through most of the help messages and tried many things to get it working correctly. The ONLY thing that has helped is to go to /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf and change model=auto to model=generic. (options snd-hda-intel power_save=10 power_save_controller=N model=generic)
I've tried model=toshiba, model=auto, model=lenovo, model=3stack, model=dallas and the laptops internal sound device disappears from the list of sound devices. If I plug in my Logitech Headset, it seems to work fine.It also seems to work fine if I boot it up into XP SP3.It does work now generally with model=generic, but not sure that everything works properly, like the headset & microphone jack. (Actually the reason I have the Logitech Headset is because the headset jack doesn't work).
I've got an Acer Aspire 5101 with Natty on it and everything works so far, but I can't start Muse. It says: "Muse failed to find a jack audio server". At the bottom it also says: "...if Jack was started check if it was started as the same user as Muse". This might be the issue. But how can I check this? BTW: Jackd has been installed and I am a Member of the Audio Group.
I am new to Ubuntu and don't know how to fix this. I got this Notebook for free, because my Brother wanted to dispose it as it didn't worked properly after he reinstalled xp. Only the dvd-drive is broken, the rest is in really good condition for such an old thing. After a lot of trial and error I could finally install Natty from USB.
I understand that Fedora 14 using automatic printer detection. When i plug in my Epson DX4450 printer nothing happens and i can find no way to configure the printer. This has never been a problem with any other linux distro. How can I correct this problem? Why does auto printer detection not work?
I have essentially been raised on Windows so I have no idea how to get DVI to work in Ubuntu. I have a Ubuntu/Vista desktop with an ATI Radeon X1350 graphics card. I can get picture from DVI when I boot into my Vista partition (the computer originally came with Vista and I have a Zune which will not work with Ubuntu ). But the moment I try to use DVI on Ubuntu: I have no picture. The ATI Radeon X1350 Pro is using the open source radeon driver. I know this from the System Testing diagnostic I ran when I finished setting up Ubuntu, the log file mentioned a line: Kernel module: radeon, underneath the section about my graphics card. That is about the limit of my Linux skills for right now, so any thoughts? If you need more information about my system I can comb through that log file which is still saved in my Fire Fox history.
I have ubuntu 11.04 dual boot with vista in a gateway laptop. The internal laptop speakers work fine, but anything I plug into the headphone jack does not work (I have headphones and speakers that I use through the headphone jack).
I've tried a ton of things like re-installing pulse, alsa mixer, making sure everything is turned up and NOT muted, and I can't get any sound.
EDIT: here is the alsa info script output...
UPDATE-SOLVED: Ok I finally found something that solved my issue. For any future gateway users that may read this -- try this fix here (I'm using an M model, the fix is for a T model, it worked anyway).
I regularly use 2 monitors at 2 different locations. Booting Ubuntu on monitor 1 works great. Booting with monitor 2 connected causes Ubuntuto load with really low resolution.If Ubuntu is running and I unplug monitor 1 and connect monitor 2 all is well and it works perfectly.How can I tell Ubuntu not to check/change the display settings during boot so that it will work correctly with monitor 2?
In my college many proxy : port (like 220.127.116.11:8080)are using to get Internet connection, performance of each proxy changes, how can i decide which one is working well at particular time. is there any way to switch over them automatically?
I have an Asus G60vx notebook and when I updated to 10.10 I lost audio through my headphones. The speakers work fine, just not the headphones. Normally I am able to sole these things on my own through searching forums and what not, but no solutions I have found work for me so far. Things I have tried:
1. Make sure the latest drivers are installed according to the above, then edit the file /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf and add the following line:
2. Checking on the alsamixer thru the terminal. Headphones is green, but there is only the 00 notch, like there is no volume to change. 3. Updating my alsa files via synaptics, my kernel model is 2.6.35-23-generic. There is no alsa drivers for this kernel that I can find yet, however I found this, Ubuntu supplied Linux modules for version 2.6.35 ALSA snapshots. Installed it still doesnt work.
I installed ubuntu 9.04 a few days back and realized my headphone jack just doesn't work when plugged in and the sound still comes from the main speaker. I tried following some of the instructions over the net but wasn't able to solve the problem.
My System : DELL VOSTRO 1520.
My sound card: 0 [Intel]: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel HDA Intel at 0xf3300000 irq 22
It worked fine with 8.04, although it wasn't as loud as it usually is with windows, but since I've updated its stopped working. When plugging the headphones in, a little sound comes through for a second when halfway plugged in, then nothing when fully plugged.
I'm running lucid, and my headphones plug is broken, it always detects it is plugged, so the speakers are always off... if i install oss v4, that does not support headphone detection, my internal speakers work flawlessly.
But I want to try the alsa ones, plus i coudn't make all my media keys to work as i intended when i had oss installed...
here is some information that might be relevant code...
i've also tried adding to alsa-base.conf this: options snd-hda-intel model=laptop enable=1 index=0
both audio inputs (I use the integrated mic on my notebook) and jack-sense (integrated speakers/headphones) work properly, as they should. But after some time (from few minutes up to several hours) both of them cease to work simultaneously. After that the mic input levels turning gray and speakers don't work at all (when headphones were connected at that moment) or speakers don't mute when I connect my headphones (if headphones were not connected then). After I reboot, everything is okay again for some time, but then it happens again. Setting mixer levels manually with alsamixer doesn't help at all. I also tried different snd-hda-intel model settings in alsa.conf, but that just made things messed up, so I stayed with auto setting. This way everything (inputs/outputs/sense) works as should until it simply stops working.
It's maverick, ALC268, ATI Azalia (Intel HDA), alsa 1.0.23, but I had this problem with karmic and lucid as well when I tried them. Now I want to switch from Win7, but this is the only thing keeping me from it.