Slackware :: Intel 82801H - ICH8 Family - HD Audio Controller Recognized By Alsaconf But Doesnt Work

Mar 14, 2010

Well, when I run alsaconf, it finds my 82801H and I go on to setting it up, it says it will run, but it doesnt run.


Now ALSA is ready to use.

For adjustment of volumes, use your favorite mixer.

But my song don't work, ..... works, but no sound in that, and i have tried running alsamixer to raise the volume to the peak.

I have a vague idea that, this sound card has difficulty in linux but all I get is 3 year old patches for gutsy gibbon and fixes that are non-slackware so I dont have the files and what not.

I have been trying, but never seem to understand why it says it works when it doesnt work.

Oh turns out, from thinkwiki, [url]

Its AD1984 actually, and it didn't work on mine is .

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Audio Card Not Detected: Intel Corporation 82801H (ICH8 Family)?

Jan 16, 2010

Lets get straight to the point. im using Karmic, and as said by the title my audio card is not detected. lspci -v gives the following:

00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 82801H (ICH8 Family) HD Audio Controller (rev 03)
Subsystem: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. Device 1763


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I'm getting silence when trying to record output from pulseaudio on my laptop. This wasn't happening the last time I tried, which, I admit, was almost certainly a previous ubuntu release (I'm on 10.10).

My sound card is an Intel ICH8-family device, supported by the snd_hda_intel module. PulseAudio calls it "Internal Audio Analog Stereo".

I'm doing various things that I find on the onlines, a few main ideas:

1. parec
I use:

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When I search for 'monitor' in $(pactl list), the only thing listed is alsa_output.pci-0000_00_1b.0.analog-stereo.monitor.
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I guess I could buy USB external speakers but then the probability of Slackware having pre-installed audio drivers for a cheap generic brand of speakers is so low it doesn't justify the effort of going and buying some, nor the money that would be spent. Willing to enter any commands/w.e. I'll be on Slackware all the time 'cause I need a Linux system right now.

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Since I couldn't find a firmware for the Realtek ALC888 device, I downloaded the proprietary driver from the official website. However, when I try and install it I get a message containing "no command alsaconf". I would have installed this "however" alsaconf has been removed from the alsa-utils package; cannot find any way to obtain this file at all.

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Thats when i got this strange error:


These are the contents of my /etc/modprobe.d/sound.conf


Here is the output of lspci and dmesg:





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when i type the code:

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Building card database...

Loading driver...

Now ALSA is ready to use.

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