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[Bug 1457476] Missing required logs.


This bug is missing log files that will aid in diagnosing the problem.
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       Status: New => Incomplete

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  Realtek ALC887-VD speakers don't mute when headphones are inserted

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Bug description:
  I Have a Gigabyte GA 970a-DS3P motherboard with integrated audio
  chipset, which alsamixer reports to be an ALC887-VD.

  I uploaded the results of the ALSA script here:

  I have a line out connector on the back of the motherboard (along with
  line in and mic), and a headphones and a mic connector on the front of
  the PC.

  The problem is that when I plug in my headphones, the speakers (connected via the back connector) continue to play as well.
  Also, I haven't found yet a way to set the volume independently for the headphones and the speakers via the Gnome/Unity sound settings. I can only do that via alsamixer, where the "Headphone" control refers to the headphones, and "Front" to the speakers.

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