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Scott Moore 05-21-2012 12:40 PM

xubuntu-users Digest, Vol 64, Issue 33
 
The only way I could get sound to work correctly (especially as I use line in and mic) is to go to a terminal and use alsamixer.

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1. Re: no sound xubuntu 12.04 (had sound previous version) (Ru)
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Hiya, you have probably already tried this, but is your sound disabled by
your Function Key maybe ? on my Lenovo it's Fn Esc to enable/disable the
sound, hope this helps

On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 8:17 PM, springbunny <springbunny11@gmail.com>wrote:

> On 05/20/2012 11:32 PM, Michael P. Reilly wrote:
>
>>
>> If you have pulseaudio installed, check the "Output Devices" tab of
>> "pavucontrol" (PulseAudio Volume Control from the Multimedia menu). I've
>> found that the device (either headphones or speakers) automatically mutes
>> after a system suspend operation (pm-suspend) and possibly after a reboot.
>> Haven't figured out yet how to deal with that, but that was the problem I
>> first had.
>>
>>
> Thanks for helping. Still no sound.
> I do have pulseaudio. Under "output devices" there are the following
> options:
>
> Built-in Audio analog stereo:
> Port: (choice 1) Headphones / Amplifier (This is what's chosen under my
> options)
> (choice 2) Headphones / No Amplifier
> (choice 3) LFE on separate mono output / Amplifier
> (choice 4) LFE on separate mono output / No Amplifier
>
> Front Left (set at 119% (4.49dB)
> Front Right (ditto)
>
> Nothing looks muted.
>
> I seem to recall under Xubuntu 11 there were more audio setting options. I
> only had it for a brief while so I can't recall everything. I had tried
> other distros and they all had sound. I'm a Linux newbie, but 12.04 is
> clearly the best, by leaps and bounds, I've used if only the sound would
> work.
>
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On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 11:51 AM, Ru <ru1812@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hiya, you have probably already tried this, but is your sound disabled by
> your Function Key maybe ? on my Lenovo it's Fn Esc to enable/disable the
> sound, hope this helps
>
>
> On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 8:17 PM, springbunny <springbunny11@gmail.com>wrote:
>
>> On 05/20/2012 11:32 PM, Michael P. Reilly wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> If you have pulseaudio installed, check the "Output Devices" tab of
>>> "pavucontrol" (PulseAudio Volume Control from the Multimedia menu). I've
>>> found that the device (either headphones or speakers) automatically mutes
>>> after a system suspend operation (pm-suspend) and possibly after a reboot.
>>> Haven't figured out yet how to deal with that, but that was the problem I
>>> first had.
>>>
>>>
>> Thanks for helping. Still no sound.
>> I do have pulseaudio. Under "output devices" there are the following
>> options:
>>
>> Built-in Audio analog stereo:
>> Port: (choice 1) Headphones / Amplifier (This is what's chosen under my
>> options)
>> (choice 2) Headphones / No Amplifier
>> (choice 3) LFE on separate mono output / Amplifier
>> (choice 4) LFE on separate mono output / No Amplifier
>>
>> Front Left (set at 119% (4.49dB)
>> Front Right (ditto)
>>
>> Nothing looks muted.
>>
>> I seem to recall under Xubuntu 11 there were more audio setting options.
>> I only had it for a brief while so I can't recall everything. I had tried
>> other distros and they all had sound. I'm a Linux newbie, but 12.04 is
>> clearly the best, by leaps and bounds, I've used if only the sound would
>> work.
>>
>>
>>
>>
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Be sure to go to sound settings and set output to "Analog" instead of
"Headphones".
Today for an unknown reason my output switched to "Headphones".
Weird, but unfortunately I don't have time to investigate further and file
a bug report.
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