PatMcLJr View Public Profile Find all posts by PatMcLJr #4 12th July 2015, 08:49 PM antikythera Offline Administrator Join Date: Dec 2013 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 3,038 Re: tried installing rpm fusion, wouldn't let me again. Look at all of them and tell us what you see—anything peculiar?erik( 2013-03-18 11:46:13 +0000 )edit1audio in gnome-control-center doesn't work and in alsamixer show HDA Intel but i change and dont This page helps you identify and correct issues with sound on your system, and helps you report problems so they can be prevented in the future. have a peek here
I just installed f21 and I cannot get the sound to work. See this link: http://voices.canonical.com/david.henningsson/2012/07/13/top-five-wrong-ways-to-fix-your-audio/I will likely resort to complete reinstall which will take a whole day because of all of the software and libraries that I need running on this machine. I'd really love to get my sound working.Thanksuser725( 2014-04-19 01:58:05 +0000 )edit 3 answers Sort by » oldest newest most voted 0 answered 2015-06-06 19:27:10 +0000 shenty 1 Hey, make sure This is a community maintained site.
Ask Fedora is community maintained and Red Hat or Fedora Project is not responsible for content. See how details come in handy to correct false assumptions?ILMostro( 2015-01-31 06:08:42 +0000 )edit 1 answer Sort by » oldest newest most voted 0 answered 2015-01-30 15:16:50 +0000 deusdara 1673 ●1 I haven't had to much trouble, except for the occasional battles with pulsaudio and alsa. Fedora 24 Sound Russian Brazilian Portuguese Simplified Chinese Greek Spanish Indonesian Catalan English Hi there!
The Perfect Blog Title No sound in Fedora. Fedora No Sound Switched to tab "Output Devices" and selected "Speakers" under Port. The Fedora Project is maintained and driven by the community and sponsored by Red Hat. check these guys out Up-vote well framed questions that provide enough information to enable people provide answers.
Thanks very much!apeiron1( 2016-08-13 21:11:54 +0000 )editDidn't work for me. Fedora 23 Pulseaudio Thanks for the comment. Nothing is muted in the alsamixer. For me it was 4 4.
i installed Fedora 18 in my computer and all works great, except the sound, there's no sound in output and speaker, my sound card is Realtek ALC620, can someone help me? edit retag flag offensive close merge delete 2 answers Sort by » oldest newest most voted 1 answered 2016-01-30 19:02:19 +0000 Spindro 36 ●1 ●1 ●4 I found a solution and Fedora 23 Sound Not Working For comments or queries, please contact us. Fedora 24 No Sound you have to download the driver for your needs (32bit or 64 bit), if you have 64 bit computer maybe you can dowload alsa-driver-1.0.25-95.el6.x86_64.rpm Anyway..we are trying, I am not sure
sound suddenly disappeared Tux Guitar no sound resolution Ask Fedora is community maintained and Red Hat or Fedora Project is not responsible for content. navigate here I'm not sure how one might have the system set to use HDMI type sound output, so I'm assuming that's not what happened in my case. However, this problem appears to be fixed in the latest kernel update (4.6.6-300): sudo dnf install kernel --enablerepo=updates-testing --best --allowerasing edit flag offensive delete link more CommentsI want to upvote this felt stupid being up till 3 tryna figure that out. Fedora 23 No Sound
In settings I see correctly my 2 sounds cards but they don't work both. I've installed every bit of pulseaudio packages and the ALSA packages as well. Just spent hours hacking at this, and, turns out the solution is quick and painless:> sudo yum remove pulseaudio> yum install alsa-lib alsa-utils> sudo usermod -G audio Then reboot ;) September Check This Out Asus EEE PC, fresh and clean Fedora 22 install, no sound at all In Gnome Settins / Audio section I see the audio device, but in speaker test no sound, and
Question Tools Follow 2 followers subscribe to rss feed Stats Asked: 2016-01-30 15:05:43 +0000 Seen: 1,384 times Last updated: Jan 30 Related questions Dummy Output Can't get Intel/Nvidia Drivers to work Thank your helpers by up-voting their comments and answers. Pat Jr. this contact form General sound problems - where the problem is observed across multiple applications - should usually be filed against the kernel, or PulseAudio (see below for instructions on determining whether the problem
Catalan Russian Spanish Greek Indonesian Simplified Chinese Brazilian Portuguese English Hi there! The sound went missing - the sound card was listed in `/proc/asound' , but pulseaudio, pavucontrol the kmixer, all reported "no sound card found" - All I had was the "dummy I'd be grateful for any hints, and will provide information about my system if required. The problem is my Asus Xonar DG, the other cards work well.
Thank your helpers by up-voting their comments and answers. aplay -D plughw:0,0 /usr/share/sounds/alsa/Front_Right.wav #0,0 is card 0, device 0 for Logitech 3. To restore PulseAudio functionality after doing this test, simply re-install the package. When I then remove them the computer speakers sound like rushing traffice (no horn).
Here my sinks list: Code: [[email protected] ~] $ pacmd Welcome to PulseAudio 6.0! Now see if you can reproduce the problem. I've run out of things to try. This will keep me motivating. [source - https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/PulseAudio/Examples#Defaulting_an_Analog_Output_Source] Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest 7 comments: Anonymous said...