The following solution should work on Ubuntu 14.04, 13.10, 13.04 Raring Ringtail, 12.10 and any older release of Ubuntu. 1. Step 3: Then, If you choose 'ALSA …' Then under the 'Device' option, try if you can find an option that goes by the name of your soundcard (I have 'CONEXANT To understand the various hda_intel related errors that might be mentioned at the end of the ALSA Information script output that was uploaded to the Pastebin website, read the following documentation: Looks like I'll have to reinstall from scratch. http://philgiebler.com/sound-not/sound-not-working-ubuntu-13-10.html
You may also need to change the ALSA plug setting from "Built-in Audio Analog Stereo" to an alternative audio device that is listed there. But no sound is coming. thanks for help sam Reply Abhishek Prakash says August 15, 2013 at 9:23 am Try killall pulseaudio Reply ericek111 says August 18, 2013 at 3:36 pm Thaaaanks, man! Reply Ton Baars says November 5, 2013 at 9:18 am Hi, since I installed 13.10 (it's basically my start with open source) I've had trouble with sound. http://askubuntu.com/questions/135778/no-sound-on-ubuntu-12-04
Please help me! Notice that the music stops, and the "time" does not advance on the player. 3) Exit musescore. I could always start them up again (a BIG plus over pulseaudio), but volti works flawlessly so far without stopping, and it has a nicer icon-tray and notification.
If I use a headphone, it works fine. Open your Terminal window and enter the below command. It never actually changes from this state. Gayan June 27, 2013 at 6:49 am | Reply Excellent! :).
Sam, Logan IA USA Gayan February 20, 2012 at 1:43 pm | Reply Hey Sam, Glad it helped you out!, lol. Gayan June 19, 2013 at 10:58 pm | Reply :D. THANKS got my music back Gayan November 23, 2012 at 7:55 am | Reply Hi ‘Johanna', I'm glad it helped you out. Dummy Output had come only once in mint (first boot after installation).
tried: sudo apt-get update/upgrade/upgrad-dist and a hole lot of other commands for removing, instaling and reinstaling drives (sound and video mostly) to no avail apparently… It seems to problem might be Please help. Reply Dan says February 8, 2016 at 9:44 pm No nothing worked for me! But most of the time, although it's a bit overlooked by many, ALSA is still one of the most durable & robust sound servers around that rescues dudes like you and
Tried 13.10 just to see, and worked on that as well, but 13.04 seems to be having an issue. Change 'Exec=mscore' to 'Exec=mscore.real' Log in to post comments Posted by benawhile on October 26, 2016 - 7:16pm Gawk worked for me. Reply Abhishek Prakash says August 16, 2013 at 10:12 am Great.. Check This Out gstreamer-properties Step 2: Now, from the next window that you get, click on the 'Audio' tab (selected by default) and go to: 'Defaul Output' -> 'Plugin'.
Reply Abhishek Prakash says May 20, 2013 at 9:58 am You are welcome Carlos. Reboot. Perfect.
To do this, move your mouse cursor over the start of the command written on the Web page. The next day the sound setting are back to normal and the Dummy output setting is gone. thanks a lot. Randy January 16, 2015 at 10:29 pm | Reply I followed your instructions.
Thanks for the neat blog, Abhishek! If you use HDMI output, then choose HDMI, Or, if you cannot find any of those, then simply choose 'Default' (you can also try all of them, one at a time Author, I strongly suggest you take this down!!!! this contact form This was working with an older version of Linux and musescore 1.2.
Then use all those values (there should be like 5 values at least) to fill out the configuration files in Ubuntu Studio 12.10 as described in that thread.