So your on bt3 not bt4 ?
when i upgraded bt3 to this kernel everything, including sound, worked fine. kubuntu 8.10 also has sound, and alsa is installed and running. the system detects the card as does alsa, mixer levels are up, but no sound.
this is on an HP Pavilion dv5-1183cl by the way.
Any ideas? Thanks
appologies, i guess some clarification is in order - i'm using BT4 now, i previously ran BT3 updated to .28.1 kernel and sound worked there with no problems, much as it does in ubuntu intrepid (had to run alsaconf though after upgrading the kernel and afterwards, everything was fine). I was wondering why it doesnt work on bt4 given that the kernel has the driver in it, alsa loads, etc. i'm thinking its an alsa configuration issue but i can't seem to find alsaconf or any equivalent. anyone else running into this, and does anyone have any ideas for how to fix it?
For Dell Latitude e5400 it also does not work, you see that loundspeaker icon is on the tray , but not any sound in speaker has been heard. Waht caind of driver shoul I download ?
have you checked your sound volume with alsamixer ?
yeah, i've checked the levels, and tried adjusting them a bit to see if maybe it had zeroed them wrong - no dice. There's something alsaconf did prior that i simply dont know since it went on behind the scenes.
anyone else have an intel HDA soundcard and having problems? i think it might have something to do with card enumeration... not sure though. Sound would be kind of nice/really useful.
I have this in my T61P:
Intel Corporation 82801H (ICH8 Family) HD Audio Controller
All is ok with alsamixer, BUT, when I installed Kmix, I lost the sound.
I tried by terminalit's show meCode:cat /proc/asound/cards
0 [Intel ]: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel
HDA Intel at 0xdb300000 irq 22
Advanced Linux Sound Architecture Driver Version 1.0.18aCode:cat /proc/asound/versio
I need to solve theis problem I cant work without listen to music