I just installed Ubuntu 11.04. The drive was formatted when I installed so it's 100% Ubuntu. The only major problem I have encountered is that Ubuntu will not recognize my SD cards. I really need to access these cards, all my film footage is on there. I think the internal SD card reader (If such a thing exists) would have been deleted during the installation process. I am a greenthumb to Ubuntu and have never used it before so I am rather stuck...
I have installed xubuntu version 10. My sound card is a Yamaha dS-1S, and seems to be properly configured. Alsa mixer doesn't indicates any error. However, I can't manage to get any sound. I have checked that jacks are correctly plugged.
I'm having issues with soundI cannot view my sound card in Gnome Alsa. It is not muted. It does work I tried to remove myself from the audio group but it won't allow me to i am sudo what might be going wrong when i click the buttons they do nothing in users and groups menu
I posted my question on Linx.com, but have not received an answer after 75 viewers to my question: Ok my respected Linux genius. This is my project. First I have a Windows / Linux combo OS set-up! In my windows, I use the latest realtex sound driver as this gives me complete control with recording output control and Microphone gain control. In the set-up, there is a stereo mixer component with is necessary to engage the direct sound recording from my sound card. To make this all come together, I use a sound recording software [ free sound recorder 9 ] and to convert the recording to a wma, wav, or meg, I use Roxio 10 to produce audio cd's to play on all CD Players.
The challenge for me in Linux is to create the same set-up with Linux applications to produce the same professional results.Presently, my kubuntu 10.04 has Alsa sound drivers, with a version of realtek incorporated. I have the Alsa mixer software as well as Audacity as the sound recorder program. But no matter what I do, audacity depends on the microphone to record, which makes the final recording pure crap. If I lower the microphone boost or gain in my Alsa mix, then Audacity can not record the ambient sound from the speaker output and it will only recognize mono and pulse as the sound method. With the pre mention set up, Who has a set up identical to what is offered to windows that will do exactly the same for Linux. I basically want to record directly from the sound card in my Linux, without depending on using my microphone and then a CD burning program to make the conversion to MPEG or the necessary file format for the burned CD to play in all CD players, not just on a PC) I am trying to stay away from command line language in the terminal. I really need a replacement for Audacity,cause Free Sound Recorder is made for Windows Platform......I need a Linux sound Guru for the answer.I am not doing this to pirate music....I have over 3,450 music track inside my Rhapsody subscription and I like to record music for personal listening on my portable CD player and at 0.99 per track charge to do this in Rhapsody, I might as well by a recording studio and hire the singing artist.Basically in short..I need to know if there is a setting I can engage in my Alsa Mixer panel that will allow me to record directly from my sound card without using my microphone as a default. When I mute the microphone in my Alsa control panel, my Audacity program will not record using the microphone, which I do not want to use anyway. I just want to record straight from my sound card, as this eliminates all hiss, distortion that is inherited with using a microphone.
I know sound is a recurring issue around here, but I can't find any posts/FAQs that address my particular problem.
Here it goes: When I first installed ALSA, I unsurprisingly had no sound. OK, no big deal, I'll just un-install and re-install ALSA and see if that helps. No, instead ALSA won't even recognize my card.
00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 5 Series/3400 Series Chipset High Definition Audio (rev 05) alsactl init gives: alsactl: init:1743: No soundcards found... alsamixer: cannot open mixer: No such device or address aplay -l: aplay: device_list:235: no soundcards found...
since upgrading my desktop I've had trouble getting my old sound blaster audigy working. I've disabled the motherboard's on board sound in the bios. My new desktop is built around the Intel i7-2600K. I have a suspicion that maybe linux isn't playing nice with the pci-e to pci bridge that has replaced native pci support but I have no evidence of this. The sound card works fine in windows. The card is detected
I can not set default sound card for alsa. It detects my sound card and I can play audio with xmms when I config that to use alsa and my intel sound card, but other applications which use default alsa sound card, and also pulse audio, can not play any sound.
I have a TV tuner card with its output connected to the CD in of an integrated sound card. Video is OK, and the sound also gets thorough (to the line out) when running xawtv, for example. However, I found no ways yet for recording it.I'm running Ubuntu 10.10 with ALSA drivers. Pulseaudio was running in the beginning, now it doesn't, but it doesn't seem to make much difference.
capturing with VLC, using plughw:0,0 as the audio capture device. (Result: no sound track at all in the resulting video.)arecord, then aplay.alsamixer. The capture source is set to "CD" (and on the input side it's also "CD" where I can effectively modify the volume for audio going through...), but still no result.
I don't have any sound after installing Linuxant ALSA driver. I tried uninstalling it and the hsf driver, didn't help. Reinstalling ALSA didn't help either. Ubuntu doesn't detect my sound card, and aplay doesn't detect my sound card. lspci -v output for sound card:
00:07.0 Audio device: nVidia Corporation MCP67 High Definition Audio (rev a1) Subsystem: Acer Incorporated [ALI] Device 0126 Flags: bus master, 66MHz, fast devsel, latency 0, IRQ 10
how to install alsa drivers along with Asus xonar dgx sound card. I followed these instructions. URL....And until "Setting up modprobe and kmod support" instructions were clear. I should put something in /etc/modules, but I dont down exactly what.
Code: Select allroot@SERVER:~# aplay -lL; **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices **** card 0: PCH [HDA Intel PCH], device 0: ALC887-VD Analog [ALC887-VD Analog] Subdevices: 1/1 Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
Code: Select allroot@SERVER:~# lspci -nn | grep -i audio; 00:1b.0 Audio device : Intel Corporation 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset Family High Definition Audio Controller [8086:1c20] (rev 05) 02:04.0 Multimedia audio controller : C-Media Electronics Inc CMI8788 [Oxygen HD Audio] [13f6:8788]
I just closed another issue about an unrecognized USB C-Media headset, because the issue seems to be deeper... On an Asus Eee 1001p running Fedora 13, I've run lspci | grep -c audio, which returns 0.
Running alsa-info.sh --no-upload I get a report that tells me that there are no soundcards... Pulseaudio is running though. Also, if I use VirtualBox the sound works fine there (including my USB headset).
I used to have sound, and I'm not sure how it disappeared. I really don't know where to start with this, it's been a pain in the ass all week.
Sound used to work fine on my computer, but one day my headphone jack stopped working -- when I tried to use it, no sound played through the headphones but did play through the computer's speakers.After I tried to fix it, I lost ALL sound on my computer. I noticed in my sound preferences it says "Dummy Output" and no other hardware.The problem seems common -- I've Googled the issue to death and read many threads here about the same problem -- but no matter how many times I've tried, I can't find a solution that works for me.I'm relatively new to Ubuntu and so there's still a great deal of stuff that
I've got a problem on my Debian, I've tried installing all the correct alsa packages and all packages that have the word sound or audio description. The problem that is happening here is that when I go into settings and click on sound in Gnome, it appears to have a dummy output and in fact, a few weeks ago, the sound was working properly. Now, I believe, that after an update, the sound card was not recognized. Used the lspci command in root mode, and showed my sound card which is onboard. I'll leave the model below it, because I've tried everything and could not solve anything.
Code: Select allroot@debian:/home/weiller# lspci 00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation 4 Series Chipset DRAM Controller (rev 03) 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03) 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation NM10/ICH7 Family High Definition Audio Controller (rev 01) 00:1c.0 PCI bridge: Intel Corporation NM10/ICH7 Family PCI Express Port 1 (rev 01)
I have an issue with my Sound on OS 11.2.It is correctly recognized under hardware and the driver seems to start properly as well when I do rcalsasound start.But under Control Center / Sound Preference there is no audio hardware listed (and hene no sound playing)
I installed a sound card but when I go to System->Preferences->Sound and go to Hardware it's not showing anything at all. If I boot from the Live CD then it will show the card and it works. How can I make my Linux installation detect this card? I was thinking that I could somehow copy the necessary files from the Live CD to make this work, but maybe there's an easier way.
Had a well working sound system until I bought a USB webcam with microphone. Sound still works well except with flash. As mentioned here my problem is making flash use my normal sound card instead of the USB webcam microphone.
I'm running Kubuntu 9.10 X64, and am using ALSA for my sound. I have no trouble with sound: VLC, Adobe's Flash plugin, Java, etc. all work properly. When I run the Gnash standalone player, sound does not work at all.
The only user that can make the sound card work on a F10 x86_64 system is root. For non root users, I am not seeing any error messages when a app tries to use/access the sound card, just nothing plays. As I said, for root everything works as expected. I am sure this is a permission/setup issue, but I have no idea where to start.
HP Pavilion Media Center a1430n Desktop PC Athlon 64 X2 (T) 3800+ 2.0 GHz Asus A8N-LA chipset GeForce 6150 LE 1 gB of RAM
Video Graphics: integrated Hipro hp-d3057f3r max out put 300w
Here is the problem fist i had a 8800gt installed it work fine until one time the card stop displaying on my screen and the card would make a fan sound like if was over heated......but my integrated still displays... ok then i send the card to my provider so it can be replace.. so they send me a 8800gts .... and i installed and deleted the old drives and even upgrade my bios .... but still happen like it happen whit the 8800gt it wont display any thing on my screen and also is making the same fan sound of the 8800gt ....
I have two PCs. One is my work PC, the other for the kids. I want to create the .deb files on my PC, burn to cd, copy the .deb to the PIII, and install the .deb files using sudo dpkg i package.deb I have also done some googling on how to make a .deb file. It seems that instead of make install, I should use checkinstall. Is this feasible ? How should how I modify the Alsa instructions ?
I got this from the Alsa site: Make a directory to store the alsa source code in:
I am using linux mint 9 with kernel 220.127.116.11. I upgraded from alsa 1.0.23 to 1.0.24 using the alsa upgrade script. Sound was working just fine before on my Asus Xonar DS, However, my nvidia geforce 430's hdmi audio card is not recognized in 1.0.23 but it is in 1.0.24. Though the card is detected, I have no sound on either cards now.
My situation: I have a desktop, with the following sound systems internal to it:HDA IntelSBLive! I also have a Creative Labs webcam connected via USB and another device (VR goggles) which have an audio component.My problem: a fair number of game applications use ALSA card#0 to play games, now pulse's ALSA module is at best lacking, so I don't use that for games. At this point I ahve pulse configured to always use HDA Intel for it's sink, what I would like to do is to configure it so that the SBLive! card is always ALSA card#0, regardless if the 2 USB audio-ish devices are installed. That way pulse can be running and I still get to play the games with native ALSA audio. The trick is how do I force by SBLive card to _ALWAYS_ be card#0 ?Update: there is an easy way, that I should have realized before, which allows for ALSA games to use the SBLive without having it at index 0, below is how to do it:
After installing an external sound card, Im having some weird issues. The cards chipset is fully supported by suse, (CM8738) so I dont think thats the problem. Besides, I'm getting sound, but not in some applications. The system's sounds work just fine (login, logout themes) amarok plays without any problems, kaffeine, mplayer they all work flawlessly, in fact I can see the difference in quality between the onboard sound and my new card. However, no web browser is able to play any sound at all, firefox, opera or chrome, nothing,zip. Plus, vlc cant reproduce sound either, nor can smplayer.
I've tried switching channels on and off(muting)in kmixer and in alsamixer, on the console, with no results. I disabled the onboard audio on the bios before installing the new card, however my ati video card has integrated sound, which I cant disable.... I used to get this exact same problem randomly with the onboard sound, but I just had to go to kmixer and turn up the "pcm" channel volume, which was set to 0, and I had sound again on my browser. However this card's pcm channel is at max and turning it up or down affects the whole systems volume, not just the browser's. Is it better to just reinstall the sound system, if so how could I do that.
I have Ubuntu Lucid. If i dont' mistake, it should be possible to hear several applications playing sound simultaneously, with ALSA. But if 1 app is already playing, then starting a second one give always "device is busy".
Initially the sound was working fine in my ubuntu 10.04 lucid. Headphone jack was not working. I downloaded and installed following packages in order to upgrade alsa. alsa-driver-1.0.15rc3.tar.bz2 alsa-firmware-1.0.15rc1.tar.bz2 alsa-lib-1.0.15rc3.tar.bz2 alsa-utils-1.0.15rc1.tar.bz2 Now there is no sound. Whole system is fried. I don't know what happened.