hi. i have an hp dv6267cl running fc 6 in large part flawlessly; however, i am having one
problem with sound and suspend to ram. when i first boot the laptop, everything works
fine. i can switch from headphones to speakers and back but when the laptop comes back
from being suspended, only the speakers work. i try to mute the speakers but the
headphones still won't work. if i unplug and plug the headphones back in, it also
doesn't help. the only way to get things fixed is to reboot.
i've searched around the web and it looks like other people have had/are having this
problem but the only helpfull thing i've found is for ubuntu where doing a
/etc/init.d/alsa restart seems to help fix the problem.
so i have 2 questions:
1) is there any way to fix this problem?
2) if the answer to 1 is no, is there a way i can do something similar to /etc/init.d/alsa
restart on ubuntu? i don't having anything like that in my /etc/init.d. can i rmmod
and then modprobe some modules to get the same affect? if so, which ones?
thanks in advance.
vendor: Intel Corporation
model: 82801G (ICH7 Family) High Definition Audio Controller
pcm device: hda generic
sound playback: alsa
esd is enabled
i can provide additional information if necessary, just let me know.
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