I was wandering if anybody has any problems with the audio in BT2 using alsa drivers?
I reinstalled the drivers already present that came with the iso but im not sure i did it correctly being a complete noob, I followed the alsa tutorial as best i could. Basicly the problem im having is that the (fujitsu E8020) internal speakers work in my vista setup but not my BT2. However when i stick in some headphones i get audio from the output jack..
Ps. i think the audio is intel HD (ICH6?)
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i am having problems too with alsa, there is no sound when i'm using startx or (kde)
but with flux i got sound
nevermind i fixed it, but i'm not sure how i did it, the last thing i did though was configuring the OSS driver in the option preferences of XMMS and ticking the "volume control master not PCM", i now have sound in kde