A general purpose utility, that reports detailed and brief information about multiple different hardware units such as cpu, memory, disk, usb controllers, network adapters etc. Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. I installed backports modules I was also sure I had it installed , then I discovered the sound was very low. Output of uname -a 1. Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence. May 27th, 2. Claus Frein cfrein wrote on
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The lspci command linix out all the pci buses and details about the devices connected to them. I’ll add my name to the list. Sorry, mirror isn’t up to date, for now, i need wait for some others packages, and, after i can update my kernel Thank’s Eduard. Ubuntu Audio Team ubuntu-audio. Find More Posts by smOk3.
After upgrading to Hardy sound died for my AD card. The only problem I have with my laptop Dell Vostro is that the volume buttons on the front of linuux still are bound to the ‘Front’ channel. Does headphones works for you guyes?
Thanks for the heads up. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Add it to the bottom of the blacklist file. 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. When I followed Critchlow’s steps, I get this 1.
Do you think this will go to the mainline soon? PCI interrupt for device The lscpu command reports information about the cpu and processing units. Several configurations tried and nothing, no sound on Ubuntu Gutsy! Here’s llnux I tried: Invitation to connect on LinkedIn Any suggestions would be appreciated. Live cd works flawlessly on my machine.
16 commands to check hardware information on Linux – BinaryTides
BB code is On. Could you please add the output requested in the Reporting Sound Bugs section of https: The fully-opened volume applet still controls the headphones correctly. Now, my kernel has Not having sound is surprisingly annoying. The main speakers are not shown, but can be controlled by the dropdown slider liinux the applet.
I’m henceforth locking this thread and un-sticking it. Confirming with kernel 2.
ACPI: apply quirk_ich6_lpc_acpi to more ICH8 and ICH9 [Linux 2.6.24]
New kernel just downloaded. These controls do not change icy8 headphone volume. I thought it’s been fixed. See full activity log. Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. PitabredSep 26, Dan Kegel dank wrote on Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.