For some its a feature for me a problem but does somebody knows a solution for that? To clarify, the above comment regarding backporting is only relevant for feisty. I will try to get the time to fetch you the outputs you need in the weekend. Trying to get this card to work on a Dell Inspiron I can also confirm the fix posted by Roger E Critchlow Jr. It looks like I just needed to re-adjust the volume settings in Kmix they must have been re-defaulted when I upgraded to 8. Anyone willing to tell me how I can apply those patches?
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Sound does not work on my ThinkPad T61 with linux-ubuntu- modules- 2. I can imagine some situation where I may need a little more punch Further to confuse the issue, when you icn8 the correct module over the old module, or simply delete the old module, the module dependencies are still referring to the old version of snd-hda-intel.
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ACPI: apply quirk_ich6_lpc_acpi to more ICH8 and ICH9 [Linux 2.6.24]
What should I do? When I followed Critchlow’s steps, I get this 1. The audio and the modem are tied up together on the hardware side, or an IRQ may have been mis-assigned in the bios.
icj8 Worth to mention though, I can not mute the speakers without also muting the headphones, or wise versa. But it’s a fresh install of ubuntu. Darren Albers dalbers wrote on Help answer threads with 0 replies. The Python hack “cures” it but only for internal speakersif I plug in headphones, no sound comes through.
audio intel H (ICH8 Family)
First, I made sure the mic was enabled per icu8 By default brief information is printed. So this fix does not affect my system.
Your spanish is good, sorry about my english. It would be nice to know on which other laptops the driver works. ID string for Intel HD audio interface. Like for every thing, there are plenty of commands to check information about the hardware of your linux system.
16 commands to check hardware information on Linux
It seems that something is not quite right with kernels 2. After a restart, sound works!
I’ve followed instructions at link: Unable to reserve mem region 1: Installed linux will not boot. Looks like it might be fixed in the HG developers -tree. The dpkg line 2 quit and now my database seems corrupt, and nothing seems to be able to fix it. I don’t expect good results, if “stock” refers to alsa 1. No errors also during the reboot. I tested playing a CD with nothing plugged in to the front ports.
I wrote simple script to pull up the hardware details… anyone interested can use this script: I turn the volume up and it works! Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu libux.
Alessio Tomelleri alessio-tomelleri wrote on You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Good details are provided.