[ubuntu-studio-users] Audio Problems (was: Updates for June 2019)
macdroid53 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 13 16:34:21 UTC 2019
Indeed and thanks for the assist.
Not sure where that came from. I may have installed it back on 18.04.
But, it wasn't interfering back then...and I didn't do anything between
18.04, 18.10, 19.04.
So, what made it start grabbing the analog audio automagically...I don't
I will definitely keep adevices.sh handy.
On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 12:21 PM Erich Eickmeyer <eeickmeyer at ubuntu.com>
> Hi Mac,
> On Thursday, June 13, 2019 6:08:15 AM PDT Mac wrote:
> > I've had some time to mess with this to see what's up with my on board
> > audio.
> > I did an alsa-info while booted to the upgraded 19.04.
> > Then downloaded and built a fresh live ubs 16.04. Then booted that and
> > an alsa-info.
> > A diff of the resulting files show the live is running
> > kernel: 5.0.0-13-lowlatency
> > ALSA Driver version: k5.0.0-13-lowlatency
> > And the onboard sound works.
> > The upgraded version is running
> > kernel: 5.0.0-16-lowlatency
> > ALSA Driver version: k5.0.0-16-lowlatency
> > And onboard sound does not work.
> > Can't see any other obvious difference in the alsa-info output.
> > Any thoughts on if this is the issue and if so, how I might fix it?
> > Regards,
> > Mac
> As we discovered while working with you while troubleshooting via IRC, the
> problem ended up being the installation of Timidity. Uninstalling it
> seemed to
> do the trick.
> Note that Timidity isn't installed in Ubuntu Studio by default.
> As such, I have retroactively added the issue to our release notes for
> 18.10, and 19.04. We can't stop people from installing it (even
> but we can warn people. :)
> Erich Eickmeyer
> Project Leader
> Ubuntu Studio
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