No sound in 14.04

David david at
Mon Aug 31 19:02:20 UTC 2015

Sorry, I may have confused to separate, but related things:

1.) If I was in your shoes, and it is most safe to the use the Kernel
Enablement Stack, so I would do that:  I have loaded the kernel
part of the Enablement Stack on all my servers running 14.04 without any
problems.  I think this will give your 3.19 kernels on 14.04.

2.) I am currently running KUbuntu 15.04, and I have downloaded and
installed the kernel files out of this folder:  .
Specifically, I wanted the newer and better support for Toshiba and AMD/ATI
hardware chipsets.

This all works very well for me, and I have no idea how they will work with
Mint.   Your results may vary, and make sure you have good backups.

Good luck!

On 31 August 2015 at 18:06, MR ZenWiz <mrzenwiz at> wrote:

> On Sun, Aug 30, 2015 at 7:10 AM, David <david at> wrote:
> >
> :
> >
> >
> >
> > I'm running the (even newer) 4.2 kernels from because
> with
> > v4 and later there where major improvements with the Toshiba
> > hardware/firmware support and with ATI/AMD driver support for the
> opensource
> > ATI/AMD chipsets.  You can download newer kernels from
> >
> I went to and there did not appear to be any useful
> links w.r.t. obtaining newer kernels for "older" releases.
> I run 14.04 on my desktop and would really like to have a newer kernel
> than the 3.13.0 one that seems to be having so many issues.
> Thanks!
> MR


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