I updated kernel of F8 and lost sound. I know that most reports here
On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 11:51 AM, Alan Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> > Fortunately, my kids are savvy enough to check the sound first then
>> > check the cables. All that was good. I wasn't expecting pulseaudio not
>> > to be a service I could just restart on the fly. But I'll check it out
>> > when I get home.
>> pulseaudio is run in user space and not as a system service.
> On my intel board I've lost sound a couple of times with the latest
> Fedora kernel. In both cases I had to kill off the sound using processes
> and unload the snd_hda_intel driver then reload it. Simply restarting
> pulseaudio didn't do anything
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