Andrew andrewpostcard-cmp wrote on However I found that Conexant has new newer chip-set on a better card which is conexant 10bit. Belgarth belgarth4 wrote on I confirm it is fixed for me in karmic! Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
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I confirm it is fixed for me in karmic! If you have Ubuntu, just install Ubuntu 9. Additionally, the kernel headers are also needed, this is the linux-headers package. Bot tomj-syn-packet wrote on Realtek ALC speakers don’t mute when headphones plugged in.
Here some extra info: Try to reload you kernel module: I’m using Ubuntu 9. As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2. If you have a screen mic and a plugin mic do both work? My output of “lspci -nv grep -A1 “: It’s listed in your alsa-info. Several chipsets which work or work partially are not listed here.
RIPTIDE (audio) driver
Visit the following links: You put them into the limux config file then rebooted, right? Download full text 3. Hardware support for my amilo notebook is bad. I was just working on this last night and it looks promising but I’m still not working.
Your HDMI audio should now work. Here is an asound. Tarmo Ilves koolobus wrote on I booted up puppy linux v4. For this you can utilize krec or a Skype test call. Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process.
Bug # “No HDMI audio with ALC chipset” : Bugs : linux-source package : Ubuntu
Dropit On Dec 3,at 2: Would someone be willing test the latest Hardy Alpha release and verify if this issue still exists? It seems as if the hardware is being detected properly as far as I can tell, just no sound is coming through.
Microphone has always been working perfectly.
limux I’ve tried “auto” and “3stack”, but nothing happened. It’s always possible I overlooked something subtle. Note what Card Number and Device Number it lists they seem to be card 0, device 3 but your system may be different. On Wed, at I have exactly the same problem and hardware as Tony M. Workarounds Try to explicitly specify your model as module parameter. Kevinf siegfri3d wrote on Now, headphones and speakers indeed share the same volume control.
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