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I installed Gentoo a few days ago, I have been working with ALSA and all that trying to get my sound working. I have an Intel i810 sound card, which ...
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- 05-04-2006 #1
No sound at all
I installed Gentoo a few days ago, I have been working with ALSA and all that trying to get my sound working. I have an Intel i810 sound card, which ALSA figures out just fine, but sound still won't work. I have my speakers plugged into the headphone jack (easier for me to get to). Any help with this would be appreciated.
- 05-04-2006 #2
Well, two things:
1) I assume that you installed ALSA support for your card? May be silly, but some people forget stuff like this.
2) If you run alsamixer, is your Master muted? Are any other channels muted or set too low?
'alsamixer' is in the 'alsa-utils' package, if you need to install it. These are the two most common problems I can think of.
- 05-05-2006 #3
Well my master sound would be my headphone outlet, so shouldn't I have that one enabled and the rest disabled? Of course I installed ALSA support for my card, I went through the whole alsaconf thing and everything at least twice..
- 05-05-2006 #4
You need several channels enabled and working:
- Master (this is the Master volume, controlling total output)
- PCM (not sure what this does, but has something to do with sound output)
I personally have my Headphone channel muted right now and can still play through my headphones (and speakers when they're plugged in). I only have Master, PCM, Treble, and Bass channels up.
So try fiddling around with the levels there. If it still doesn't work, we go into super troubleshoot mode.
- 05-05-2006 #5
Well into super troubleshoot mode we must go then.. Nothing is working or has worked so far, I have not heard the slightest noise from the speakers. I asked on the Gentoo official forums as well and have gotten nothing. I need to have this working by sunday so that I can play in my Wolfenstein clan match..
- 05-05-2006 #6
i have the SAME problem as many do with the SAME CARD...
i'm still looking for an answer. till then i use another card (i know giving up is bad)
- 05-05-2006 #7
I'm not giving up. and I can't afford a new card, so I'm stuck.
- 05-05-2006 #8
- 05-16-2006 #9
Yes, I have, thanks for the vote of confidence. The reason I am posting this now is because there has been a new development, I got new speakers. There is still no ******* sound. What the hell can I do now?!
- 05-19-2006 #10Code:
lspci | grep audioHere's why Linux is easier than Windows:
Package Managers! Apt-Get and Portage (among others) allow users to install programs MUCH easier than Windows can.
Hardware Drivers. In SuSE, ALL the hardware is detected and installed automatically! How is this harder than Windows' constant disc changing and rebooting?