OT : Ubuntu - Skype - hda-intel problems -SOLVED ...
caleb.marcus at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 14:36:06 UTC 2007
It's possible that it works on Fedora due to its use of PulseAudio.
On 11/26/07, Philippe <pdidier at neptuneconcept.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-11-26 at 13:04 +0700, Philippe wrote:
> > On Thu, 2007-11-22 at 09:44 +0100, Nils Kassube wrote:
> > > Philippe wrote:
> > > Anyway, the problem is the closed source nature of Skype. No open source
> > > developer (e.g. from the ALSA project) will waste his time to find out
> > > what the problem is, if he can't really trace the problem. But that is
> > > not possible with Skype. Therefore you can only try to get help from
> > > Skype. If they don't care, there is no help available.
> > Exactly, they dont really care , speaking about driver or hardware
> > problem... So we come back to my first question, if not hda-intel, which
> > sound driver or sound card I should have on my new laptop to be able to
> > use skype?
> After many months trying to find a good answer for my problemes, with
> alsa-driver, OSS, Skype, hda-intel, I decided to have a look at Fedora
> 8. Skype 1.4.118 is working perfectly, clear sound, and I can have
> multiple calls with no mic problem or hda-intel problem, and this out of
> the box.
> Dont ask me why or how this can be (almost same kernel and alsa-driver
> version) but instead of changing laptop, I changed OS.
> Ubuntu will stay on all desktop servers, and I hope to be satisfied with
> Fedora 8 on my Acer laptop.
> Thanks everyone for your help.
> IT Manager Neptune Concept
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