FC8, lost sound
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Sat Mar 15 23:06:37 UTC 2008
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On 03/15/2008 04:52 PM, Bill Davidsen wrote:
| Steven Stern wrote:
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|> On 03/14/2008 09:23 PM, David Timms wrote:
|> | Steven Stern wrote:
|> |> In any case, system-config-soundcard sees the SB Audigy card, but
|> |> nothing comes out. When I boot into Windows, it's happy.
|> | = hardware OK,, software problem.
|> | Maybe you could post the
|> | /root/scsconfig.log
|> | Are modules getting loaded: lsmod|grep sn
|> | Did you see the s-c-soundcard System tab it has some functions to
|> | redetect and so-on...
|> |> On the same day, a bunch of packages were installed, including hal.
|> |> Is there some way I can "clean" the system of what it knows about the
|> |> current sound card and let it rediscover it from scratch?
|> | Post the yum changes since the last time that sound was working from
|> | /var/log/yum?.log
|> | That might indicate what has changed.
|> | DaveT.
|> I get sound when booting from the F8 Live CD, so *something's* changed.
|> ~ The scsconfig.log file is attached.
| cat /proc/asound/cards and see if somehow it's still finding another
| card. What does alsamixer show for output devices?
$ cat /proc/asound/cards
~ 0 [CA0106 ]: CA0106 - CA0106
~ Live! 7.1 24bit [SB0413] at 0xc8e0 irq 17
Alsamixer says "card - pulseaudio" and "chip - pulseaudio".
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