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    Exclamation Back track 4 No sound !!

    Hello
    after searching google
    the possible failure of my back track
    The sound does not work
    although Root
    and I am desperate because I need the sound
    I read this post, I've done everything
    I have reinstalled backtrack and've done it again
    but the problem is
    and not to do ...
    I hope you can help me.
    Thank you.

    hxxp://forums.remote-exploit.org/backtrack-4-bugs-fixes/23662-no-sound-after-installation.html

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    Have you really tried this?! I know this works:

    Quote Originally Posted by ZEROF View Post
    SuspectZero try this man :

    Go to the alsa website ( wxx.alsa-project.org ) and download the latest stable version of the "alsa-driver".save this file to your Desktop.

    Install the tools necessary for compiling by running the following command

    sudo apt-get install build-essential

    Extract the alsa-driver file and enter the new folder by running


    cd Desktop
    tar xjf alsa*
    cd alsa*


    To compile and install the driver you need to run three simple commands as follows


    ./configure
    make
    sudo make install


    and thats it. Reboot and see if it works.

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    there is no need to start another thread about this topic, just continue with the thread you already found.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elcabo360 View Post
    the possible failure of my back track
    hxxp://forums.remote-exploit.org/backtrack-4-bugs-fixes/23662-no-sound-after-installation.html
    In addition to the above advice, about continuing a thread, your inability to get something to work is not a bug or a fix.
    Please post in the appropriate section. Thanks.
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
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    Back|Track Wiki
    Failure to do so will probably get your threads deleted or worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elcabo360 View Post
    Hello
    after searching google
    the possible failure of my back track
    The sound does not work
    although Root
    and I am desperate because I need the sound
    I read this post, I've done everything
    I have reinstalled backtrack and've done it again
    but the problem is
    and not to do ...
    I hope you can help me.
    Thank you.

    hxxp://forums.remote-exploit.org/backtrack-4-bugs-fixes/23662-no-sound-after-installation.html
    Hi, i found the answer on Google, thanx Google!
    Do this:
    Code:
    sudo nano /etc/group
    then search for this line:
    Code:
    audio:x:29:
    and add your login after that line:
    Code:
    audio:x:29:kamachi
    And reboot pc

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamachi View Post
    it's easyier then that.
    i googled and got the anwser, thanx Google
    Do not double post.
    Thanks.
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    Hi, i found the answer on Google, thanx Google!
    Do this:
    Code:

    sudo nano /etc/group

    then search for this line:
    Code:

    audio:x:29:

    and add your login after that line:
    Code:

    audio:x:29:kamachi

    And reboot pc
    Thanks kamachi fixed my sound issue straight away after a reboot

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    lol google-fu ftw, never realized how much info is on the forums +1 to this post

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    Hey, can't get sound working in BT4. Tried both of the solutions in this thread to no avail, unless I'm just doing something stupid. Alsa drivers d/l'd compiled and installed fine, the sudo nano /etc/group didn't show me anything. Searching for the text to add my login to doesn't find anything. Kmix just shows a blank box next to current mixer and there are no options to choose from. Idk. Ideas?

    /edit Nevermind, fixed it.

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