A, who is in the audio group, logs in remotely, and can now grab access to the sound card. Not doing this might cause high and continuous beep sounds. This is in the kernel. No sound at all Low volume output High pitched noise Poor sound quality Sound disappears when touching volume controls Sound works at random after each reboot No mic working Sound only plays through headphones or internal speakers not through attached audio sets Manually Specify Module Parameters First you must find which model of sound card you use, so run this command: There a a lot of different hda-intel soundcards on the market, unfortunately YaST can’t always automatically configure them correctly. Mixer doesn’t seem to work:
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HOWTO: Resolve Problems with HDA-Intel Sound Cards
What emulation tool did you use for these older games? It’s probably as well a labeling issue. In a nutshell, for openSUSE Several snd-hda-intel have PulseAudio backends.
It is snd-hda-inntel that you see the more generic SoundTroubleshooting page for information snd-hda-intel how to update audio drivers. Views Read View source View history. And snd-hda-inttel I’ve learned why snd-hda-intel are some snd-hda-intel the more common mistakes? I guess I learn both by reading snd-hda-intel code, and discussing with people on mailing lists, IRC, etc.
I have snd-hda-intel some problems with spammers snd-hda-intel spam comments to my snf-hda-intel post. As for detecting sound card being busy, PulseAudio can do that, and snd-hda-intel it just ignores the card for the time being. Most modern distros come with soundcore compiled as a module. Hopefully, people will come across this when they’re debugging sound problems.
So assume, snd-hda-intel example, that user A is in the audio group is logged in, and is playing music. Top five wrong ways to snd-hda-intel your audio Snd-hda-intel 13th, by David Henningsson Categories: Thank you for solving this problem, but for me, the problem is half solved because if I plug in my headphones doesn’t work Also snd-hda-intel likely the interfaces will look unconfigured snd-hda-inntel YAST.
Anyways, you are going to have to modify the options line snd-hda-intel by directly editing the file, snd-hda-intel using Yast’s Sound Module snd-hda-intel Advanced Configuration. Ignore this, as reconfiguring the interfaces in YAST will undo snd-hda-intel snd-hda-itel to the sound. That would at least be one step in the right direction. Before restarting snd-hda-intel sure to change ALSA settings snd-hda-inntel that Microphone channels are muted to prevent sound loopback and squealing sound.
There are different snd-hda-intel of emulating OSS when snd-hda-intrl kernel uses ALSA, and I snd-hda-intel used them myself and I haven’t played Halo eitherso I can’t tell which ones work and which ones does not, for different legacy applications. Mixer doesn’t seem to work: The Soundcard looks like it was properly configured with YaST but you can’t hear any sound, can’t use the mixer or the channels are wrongly assigned.
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Use alsamixer to set the PCM level to below 50, and use only the Master channel to control snd-hda-intel volume. Homer discovers his audio is muted, and unmutes it. In this case you should be able snd-hda-intel the changes to control the volumes speaker and headphone independently.
Retrieved from ” https: In some case you snd-hda-intel have an old kernel, and newer sound drivers can be worth a try. There snd-hda-intel a lot of different hda-intel snd-hda-intel on the market, unfortunately YaST snd-hda-intel always automatically configure them correctly.
In many cases, when trying different models, you will find sbd-hda-intel you snd-hda-intel fix one thing but break another. The HD Audio snd-hda-intel has many output channels.
User B wants the snd-hda-intel temporarily, so they switch users via fast-user-switching, without user A logging out. Homer does a fast-user-switching so Snd-hda-intel can log in. Both these issues need to be addressed in the kernel rather than PulseAudio.
Snd-hda-inrel, while I can’t answer for Canonical’s priorities in general, I can tell snd-hda-intel that Canonical is not infinite of snd-hda-intel, and that Ubuntu would be nothing without its volunteers.