On Friday, 29 September 2017 9:58:14 AM AEST Ed Greshko wrote:
On 09/29/17 03:18, Morten W. Petersen wrote:
> I recently decided to try out Fedora, and installed it on my desktop
> computer. It has multiple sound cards, and I blogged about the
> process here:
> Today I looked around in the system settings menu, and found that I
> could set the preferred sound device there.
> Wouldn't it be a bit easier for a novice user to configure the
> preferred sound device from the sound panel in the taskbar? At least
> to begin with.
> And sound settings is easier to understand than "multimedia".
If you must use nVidia drivers there is a much easier way to do it than you
write about in your blog. The fine folks over at RPMfusion have made it as
simply enabling their repositories and typing "dnf install akmod-nvidia"
for all the newer generation cards.
Are the RPMFusion drivers still way behind?
I raised this a while back and was told that they're not going to update until
audio over HDMI was fixed or similar...
For this reason, I used the negitivo repo for nVidia drivers - as I don't use
any HDMI ports - or audio over them.
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