Originally Posted by Totoro-kun Well, to me everything looks good and tidy, which is weird. Originally Posted by Totoro-kun. Find More Posts by Totoro-kun. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Hi all, I did, what one should not do: I don’t get any sound out of my speakers.
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And have you tried to play anything from a graphical enviroment such as kde or xfce?
[SOLVED] Onboard sound VIA82xxx not working in Slackware-current and
Originally Posted by Totoro-kun In most cases, if there is some sort of hardware fault, you get error messages when loading modules for that hardware, which you can check by running command “dmesg grep error”. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Currently it doesn’t notice the problem.
Join our community today! I changed a running system. Find More Posts by Totoro-kun. But hardware can fail in many interesting ways. If so, then which media player?
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Find More Posts by gargamel. Originally Posted by Totoro-kun But hardware can fail in many interesting ways. Well just make sure there is no problems in such small things first.
VIA 82xx Audio Kernel modules: Thanks again, for any help! Onboard sound VIA82xxx not working in Slackware-current and Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
If this is not the case, then could you post “lspci -v” output?
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Originally Posted by Totoro-kun Well, to me everything looks good and tidy, which is weird. Hello, Problem is indeed weird, but can also be a very simple one, just have to ask if there is any chance of audio being muted? In fact, they seem to be able to play sound.
But hardware can fail in many interesting ways Another thought is that maybe your system is still looking for a sound card you have removed?
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Thanks, but everything is unmuted, so the problem must be something else. Now, my problem is a bit weird: Running speaker-test as root seems to work fine, except that there dound still no sound coming out of my speakers, although root is not a member of the audio group. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
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