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Thread: HARDY No Sound

  1. #11
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    Re: HARDY No Sound

    Your sound card is the same as mine. Have you tried going to System->Preferences->Sounds and trying the tests with various mixers?

  2. #12
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    Re: HARDY No Sound

    yes tested.

    i open an mp3 file for example, i see it playing till the end but i cant listen anything.

  3. #13
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    Re: HARDY No Sound

    fully reinstalled ubuntu, new fresh instalation.
    and the same i see a movie player or a mp3 but no sound output. Strange.

    any ideas?

  4. #14
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    Re: HARDY No Sound

    BTW the computer is a laptop ASUS F3SV.
    And i see i am not the only one with same prob?
    Anyone with it working?

  5. #15
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    Re: HARDY No Sound

    Propably it would work with PulseAudio, the main package is already installed, but it is needed to install libasound2-plugins and pavucontrol.

    Then, you should find in the menu Applicatins the tool "PulseAudioColumeControl". Open that and and by the point "Output Devices" choose with a right click your Soundhardware as Default.

    Next, go to System --> Preferences --> Audio and choose PulseAuddio - Soundserver.

    Is Sourround-Sound (5.1 or higher) needed, you need to configure the PulseAudio deaemon.conf file.
    You find this file by /etc/pulse.
    Change the Line "default-sample-channels = 2" to default-sample-channels = 6 or like your Soundsystem.

    PulseAudio works with many Applications, but not with all.
    Curiosly, by my laptop Rythmbox (all Gstreamer Applications) does not work with PulseAudio - but it does that by my Deskop PC, where PulseAudio is the main soundsystem, too.

  6. #16
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    Re: HARDY No Sound

    thnkx for the reply m8

    well i reinstaled ubuntu and nothing, no sound but then i made the updates and the sound is working and i see the alsa installed is the .16 and not the .15 as i can remember, anyway maybe it just got a new update today dunno, but i think it was solved by a new version.

    Thankx all for the help.

    Cheers,
    L0pt

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