Yes, sound is working with linux-backports -modules- generic! Click the ‘Switches’ tab, check the box ‘Line In as Output’. Try installing linux-backports -modules- 2. But the built-in mic doesn’t. Download full text
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Wulong thewulong wrote on Muteing, mic and headphones seams to work perfectly. No further action was needed on my part. My headphone output and embedded mic input are also working now.
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My sound card is: I tried recording in Jokosher and Sound Recorder, and neither seemed to record audio from my microphone. The linux-backports -modules got me sound on my fresh install of Gutsy on a Dell Latitude D, but sound mixing is all fouled up.
System Summary lspci Output of dmesg Edit After a restart, sound works! Make sure you have the backports package installed, didn’t work last time I tested this without the package.
I just installed linux-backports -modules- 2. Upgraded to latest alsa 1.
I have same bug in my santa rosa new notebook, i’m trying ubunyu 7. Go into the Gnome mixer properties, enable the Sell channel and raise its level.
Ubuntu on my Dell Latitude D630
However, I do not yet have sound enabled for the headphones, and the microphones do not work either. Thanks Roger E Critchlow Jr.! MartinR martinrandau wrote on Coert info-coert wrote on A work around for the problem of the internal speakers not being muted when plugging in headphones: But it’s a fresh install of ubuntu. Same applies for me.
I have a Compal IFT00 with a rev3 sound card. I have the ALSA mixer selected, nothing muted, volume all the 82801n up. The main speakers are not shown, but can be controlled by the dropdown slider from the applet. Linux headers-generic are installed. Audio Device no longer picked up after kernel upgrade.
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I had sound on the same machine with Feisty. Dario Freddi drf wrote on The fully-opened volume applet still controls the headphones correctly. There are no sound. Marvell Technology Group Ltd.
So for now I’m just booting generic and all is good. Now, my kernel has No other configuration needed.