Upgraded to quantal on 0 days ago dmi. I downloaded the driver into a folder named “alc”. Unfortunatelly my card is ALC, so it is not sure it will work in my case. No sound at all Title: Your BIOS is broken, because it does not tell us where the different connectors are connected on the codec chip.
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This selector is used to control if the jack is used as an input microphone or line in or output front, uvuntu, side, speaker, etc.
Unfortunatelly my card is ALC, so it is not sure it will work in my case. It looks like the Gateway E has a mic and headphone in the front and three jacks in the back, is this correct? No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi.
I also found this from another thread related to hardy. Given the output of hda-jack- sense-test, you should be able to figure out what pin is connected to which jack. Installed on days ago InstallationMedia: Right clikcing on the sound icon at the top of the screen, then sound preferences, output tab only displays that it is a internal audio analog stereo This leaves me thinking either my computer is a big fat liar and doesn’t really have optical out to pump sound into an amp or I am a goose for thinking it didor that I just can’t get ubuntu to realise that I do have a soundcard which can do digital audio out.
Realtek HD ALC 880 Audio CODECs R3.46 for Unix (Linux)
You can download the driver from the RealTek site and compile it yourself. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Duplicates of this bug Bug November 5th, 1.
Did you try sudo apt-get remove –purge alsa-base pulseaudio then sudo apt-get install alsa-base pulseaudio and finally sudo alsa force-reload? ALSA playback test through plu I just installed Ubuntu To post a comment you must log in.
Lubuntu – No soundcard detected HDA Intel Realtek ALC – Ask Ubuntu
Nothing comes out of the cable to the amp. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Email Required, but never shown. Change to the folder where you downloaded the driver ubunttu I added that code to my alsa-base file. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I’m happy to read through it.
Originally Posted by dpant Hi all. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Comment on this change optional. Post as a guest Name. It is an old Fujitsu-siemens mainboard with Pentium D and integrated sound card. Changed in alsa-driver Ubuntu: Due to enormous number of different systems it is not possible to develop such custom drivers for all systems.
I followed Scott Goodgames advice and it worked for me eventually. Good would be to know what kind al880 fiddling you did.