[Wlug] Linux audio driver problems [was Re: Keyboard and mouse repeatedly disconnect/reconnect]
jrm8005 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 28 11:02:19 EDT 2009
On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 10:51 AM, Randy Cole <randyokc at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hmm... Ubuntu (tried against 8.10 x64, 9.04 i386 liveCD & x64) (and
> Fedora 10 x64) have problems with sound with my recent HP DV4-1222NR
> laptop. I suspect my audio setup is similar to E. Johnson's.
> Problem is with alsa-driver. When I compile from source it works, until
> the kernel changes.
Well, that's the nature of an unstable kernel API :P
> Even then the mute & volume "smart keys" do not have the desired effect,
> so I have to use the icon or menu. Gnome keyboard shortcuts gui is
> poorly documented - there is no man page, no indication what config file
> gnome-keybinding-properties corresponds to.
> How do I change the action "volume mute" to affect the proper device?
There are lots of ways to do that. Gnome and KDE are a bit mystical
(and don't work). Google for "evtest", which is a program that can
look at a file in /dev/input/ and tell you what key/keycode/etc was
pressed. Also, xev might be enough for you to find out what key it is,
and map that into whatever application you use.
> J. R. Mauro wrote:
>> Sound is fine. Ubuntu's sound problems are due to pulseaudio (most of
>> the time)
>> On Apr 26, 2009, at 12:24, E Johnson <iris.gates at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> How is the sound on the -29 kernel? Sound has been giving me fits on
>>> the various ubuntu kernels since April 08.
>>> I need headset to work; don't have or use external speakers.
>>> Mobo = ASUS M3A78-Cm, which has Audio device: ATI Technologies Inc
>>> SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA)
>>> Even if not happy, if I had to I could put up with the USB disconnect
>>> thing, but headset dysfunction would be unacceptable.
>>> Liz J
>>> 2009/4/26 Chuck Anderson <cra at wpi.edu>:
>>>> On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 10:28:02PM -0400, E Johnson wrote:
>>>>> Okay. great. Will try the 28 kernel and check back in next week
>>>>> with results.
>>>> 2.6.28 is not a great release. Fedora skipped over it and went right
>>>> to 220.127.116.11 which is the latest stable kernel.
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