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    Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    I lost hdmi sound after updates, it's not even listed in sound settings. Nvidia 319.12 driver.
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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    I also just updated and lost all sound. I'm using Nvidia driver version 313.30 (this is not what was updated; it was working fine previously). Running Ubuntu 13.04 which is up to date.

    What happened was the HDMI output option disappeared from my sound settings. There is no option for HDMI audio.
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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    it is cause of a kernel bug, you could use the mainline kernel or boot the the old kernel
    i have attached a mainline installer and update checker
    install via terminal using the install script

    EDIT:
    Found a bug in the attachment to patch it after installing run this command:
    Code:
    sudo sed "s/'-q'/\"-\$r\"/" -i /usr/local/bin/KernelUpdateScriptGenerator
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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by pqwoerituytrueiwoq View Post
    it is cause of a kernel bug, you could use the mainline kernel or boot the the old kernel
    i have attached a mainline installer and update checker
    install via terminal using the install script
    What do I do after I have installed it?
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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by tad1073 View Post
    What do I do after I have installed it?
    it adds 2 scripts and a startup entry (so when you loin to your system it checks for new kernels)
    to check for updates run this command (if accepts one parameter, "-no-rc" it will make it not accept a release candidate kernel)
    Code:
    KernelUpdateChecker
    you will need a notification in the corner of your screen with instructions
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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by pqwoerituytrueiwoq View Post
    it adds 2 scripts and a startup entry (so when you loin to your system it checks for new kernels)
    to check for updates run this command (if accepts one parameter, "-no-rc" it will make it not accept a release candidate kernel)
    Code:
    KernelUpdateChecker
    you will need a notification in the corner of your screen with instructions
    Is there a config file for this?
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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    no, all it does it check the this url for new versions of the kernel
    http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/
    it filters the folders to the one for your release (raring/quantal)
    then it compares your running kernel version against the listed versions and tells you if there is a new one (you can add -no-rc to exclude release candidates) then it has a install script generated using KernelUpdateScriptGenerator. you can edit the 2 scripts if needed

    if you want kernels from a different release edit line 23 of then generator script, change "lsb_release -sc" to "raring" or "qunatal" or which ever release you want
    i just found a bug in the generator, here is the new line 29, the edit is in bold
    $name2=substr($name,0,strpos($name,"-$r"));

    i made a thread that has a way to patch the old version
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2137026
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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by tad1073 View Post
    Is there a config file for this?
    i added more options to the script
    i put my script on github
    https://github.com/GM-Script-Writer-...Kernel-Updater

    Code:
    ~$ KernelUpdateChecker -h
    This script sends data to KernelUpdateScriptGenerator
    This script saves the update script made by the script to a file and gives the user instructions
    This is the help info from KernelUpdateScriptGenerator
    Options:
        -no-rc sets the script to ignore Release Canidate versions
        -r overrides the release version
            eg: `KernelUpdateScriptGenerator -r raring` 
            Would mean to a only kernels for raring even if you are using quantal
        -v is used to specify version series
            eg: `KernelUpdateScriptGenerator -v 3.8` 
            Would mean to a only accept kernels starting with 3.8 in the version number
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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by pqwoerituytrueiwoq View Post
    it is cause of a kernel bug, you could use the mainline kernel or boot the the old kernel
    i have attached a mainline installer and update checker
    install via terminal using the install script
    Thanks, I ended up reverting to an older kernel and the audio is working again.

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    Re: Nvidia HDMI No Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by pqwoerituytrueiwoq View Post
    it is cause of a kernel bug, you could use the mainline kernel or boot the the old kernel
    i have attached a mainline installer and update checker
    install via terminal using the install script

    EDIT:
    Found a bug in the attachment to patch it after installing run this command:
    Code:
    sudo sed "s/'-q'/\"-\$r\"/" -i /usr/local/bin/KernelUpdateScriptGenerator
    This didn't work for me, but I'm running Catalyst drivers, so maybe that's the issue. I had HDMI but lost it upon upgrading to Kubuntu 13.04. What to do?

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