Fedora 9 Beta does sound. Ubuntu Hardy does not?
geekboy at angrykeyboarder.com
Wed Apr 9 00:27:09 UTC 2008
Both are betas and both use PulseAudio.
Why is it that it works out of the box in Fedora but not in Ubuntu?
All things being equal, I *much* prefer Ubuntu but not having sound
doesn't make things equal.
This is driving me mad.
I just did (yet another) fresh install of Hardy yesterday with the most
current daily live CD.
The only sounds I hear are at GDM login screen and when I do the hardware
Otherwise, nothing, nada, zilch.
Double-click on any file in /usr/share/hwtest/data. Totem opens, appears
to be playing but no sound.
Import music collection into RhythmBox, play one of the songs (in FLAC,
ogg & mp3). Nothing.
Try to view an ogg Video file in Totem. I can see it but I can't hear it.
What is Fedora doing right? Why does this work out of the box there but
Again I REALLY prefer Ubuntu, but not without sound.
Yes, I've (added to) bug reports...
I've never used an OS I didn't (dis)like.
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