No sound on 12.10 installation on Acer Revo - how to get some?
PhillW at Ubuntu.com
Sun Dec 30 00:32:08 UTC 2012
do please exchange what you encounter with the guys on the multimedia
section . But also please note that a fully filled in bug is really
required for things to be taken up.
On 29 December 2012 19:52, Aere Greenway <Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com> wrote:
> I have consistently (with Lubuntu) had problems where my machine has more
> than one sound card, of it choosing the wrong one (the one the amplifier
> isn't connected to).
> I have had cases where I indicate the one I really want using Pulseaudio
> Volume control, and another time I boot, I discover *it* has selected the
> *other* sound card as the main (fall-back) sound card. I probably need
> to edit the alsa-base config file to finally fix that annoying problem.
> I have been pleasantly surprised lately, that a lot of things work equally
> well with JACK (qjackctl) running. It used to be that with JACK running,
> only the things that depended on JACK worked. Those fixes seem to have
> been made in 12.04 as well as 12.10.
> I still occasionally encounter situations with JACK which totally hang my
> system, leaving me only the choice of turning the machine off, but those
> are much more rare nowadays.
> -----Original Message-----
> *From*: Chris Green <cl at isbd.net <Chris%20Green%20%3ccl at isbd.net%3e>>
> *To*: lubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> *Subject*: No sound on 12.10 installation on Acer Revo - how to get some?
> *Date*: Sat, 29 Dec 2012 17:19:30 +0000
> I am having trouble getting any sound output on an Acer Revo R3600.
> I first tried after upgrading an Ubuntu Server installation to 12.10,
> that produced nothing.
> I have now done a completely fresh install of Lubuntu core and that is
> just as silent.
> Everything *appears* to work, e.g. if I run alsamixer on the command
> line I get all the expected bits and can turn the gain up on 'master',
> 'phones' and 'speaker' but still I get nothing out.
> If I run the default rhythmbox it thinks everything is OK and 'plays'
> but no sound comes from the speakers (I'm using the headphone output
> driving an amplifier). Jiggling the connections produces a crackle from
> the speakers so they are connected and live.
> Can anyone suggest what might be wrong?
> Chris Green
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