[ubuntu-uk] ubuntu-uk Digest, Vol 16, Issue 4
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Wed Aug 16 13:05:40 BST 2006
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> 1. Re: Sound woes - Dapper (Sean Miller)
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> Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 11:44:02 +0100
> From: Sean Miller <sean at seanmiller.net>
> Subject: Re: [ubuntu-uk] Sound woes - Dapper
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> Paul Sladen wrote:
> > What one normally does in this case is to file a bug report: ;-)
> > https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/gnome-media/+filebug
> > so that the appropriate people can debug it with you. It's best to do this
> > as soon-as-possible after you notice a change in behaviour so that the
> > maintainer can match it up to anything they might have changed at the same
> > point.
> Seeing as I filed the bug report well over 24 hours ago and it hasn't
> even been "triaged" yet, so clearly the development team are at
> Linuxworld California or similar, I will repeat my request on this
> supposedly community list for ideas on how I can diagnose the issue with
> As I said, I did nothing to make it stop working, or not at least
> Any ideas on commands I could run to find out what's wrong?
Upgrades or patchs can change the alsa volume states, there is two things you can try. In terminal type "alsamixer" and ensure all your channels are up and unmuted. Or even better there is a command to reset the alsa settings back to its original default, but I can not remember the command :-(, though I can tell you later when I get Home from work.
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