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Old 03-13-2012, 01:51 PM
Jonathan Nieder
Default Bug#663707: ALSA: Internal speakers don't shut up when I plug in a headset.

Hi Valentin,

Valentin QUEQUET wrote:

> Using 'alsamixer' the way you showed me, I realized that it was the
> 'auto-mute' toggle button which was at a fault.

Ok, I have two tests to try.

Could you try the following?

I. Check default setting:

1. Enable auto-mute mode.
2. Power down completely, take out the battery, etc.
3. Boot up in recovery mode
4. Remove /var/lib/alsa/asound.state.
5. Press ^D to boot normally

At the end of this process, is auto-mute mode enabled or disabled?

II. Check setting from upgrade:

1. Install linux-image-2.6.32-5-amd64 from squeeze. (It should work
on wheezy/sid without trouble.)
2. Enable auto-mute mode.
3. Power down completely, take out the battery, etc.
4. Boot the squeeze kernel in recovery mode.
5. Remove /var/lib/alsa/asound.state.
6. Press ^D to boot normally.

Does alsamixer show an auto-mute mode control, and if so, is it

If there is no auto-mute mode control, then:

7. Reboot into the wheezy or sid kernel normally (keeping

At the end of the process, is auto-mute mode enabled or disabled?

"alsa-info.sh --no-upload" output from an old and new kernel would
still be interesting, too.

Thanks again, and hope that helps.


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