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  • #11504

    Piki
    Member

    I am using 1.1 milestone 1. I am not getting any sound from my speakers at all. When I run alsaconf from the command line, it detects my card and configures the driver, but when I try raising all volumes to max level via KMix, I don’t here any sound when trying to play a CD or a file off the hard disk. Even if I quit KMix and use alsamixer to raise the volumes, I still don’t here any sound. It is an Intel audio card using the laptop’s internal speakers and the snd-hda-intel driver.

  • #19089

    Silvan
    Keymaster

    First make sure that you have tried all the mixer buttons and sliders. Then you can try installing kernel-mamba-sound-backport or kernel-mamba-sound depending on what you have currently installed to replace it.

  • #19090

    Piki
    Member

    I just tried those, no luck either way.

  • #19091

    Silvan
    Keymaster

    Maybe there is some hint for the problem in /var/log/messages or in the dmesg log. You can also send a report for me to analyze it (go to KDE Menu -> system -> openmamba -> Generate a system report.

  • #19106

    Piki
    Member

    I sent the report, dmesg log, and relevant line from /var/logs/messages to reports@openmamba.org (I figured I may as well send them because this is where mambareport said to send it’s report).

  • #19109

    Silvan
    Keymaster

    I don’t have a solution yet, but can you check if you get sound from headphones?

  • #19117

    Reysan
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