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Re: sound from headphones
On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 02:23, Torsten Wagner <torsten.wagner@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Just as a side note which might explain why it works for some and not for
> I had no sound using awesome WM. Even by fiddling around with alsamixer.
> Every now and then I heard cracking noise from the speaker that's all.
> Log-out and log-in again selecting Gnome Unity as WM and I was greeted by
> the welcome sound... strange. Speaker worked fine. The volume control worked
> but the increments were a bit to big (maybe 5-6 levels in total only).
> 1. The relogin did some magic I'm unaware of.
> 2. There is something starting with Gnome Unity but not with Awesome which
> is required to play sound.
> Both would be a subject for a fix...
> Thus, people who have problems might need to mention there Desktop WM beside
> of the used Kernel. If we get some more combinations we might be able to
> draw a conclusion out of that.
> Maybe some of the Ubuntu-Gurus could check into this too.
Thanks for the info,
The difference you mentioned has nothing to do with the kernel, so it
can point only for the ALSA client side services.
Regarding the whole speaker/headphone issues, we are trying to fix
them in a proper way.
> On 10/22/2011 02:24 AM, Jani Monoses wrote:
>> Does anyone have working headphones (via the jack) using the latest
>> oneiric-proposed kernel?
>> I am not sure which alsamixer settings to change but I tried many
>> combination with still no sound
>> from the headphones.
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