Needs more development work. Simillar problem on Kubuntu 9. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. There’s some constant output as well: I am running Ubuntu 8. Christopher Forster christopherforster wrote on It also provides access to the pcm plugins in alsa-lib.
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Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Hugh Barney hughbarney wrote on Could you post the output from “amixer fgrep control”? I have filed a new bug under https: Analogue speakers and digital output are not good bedfellows – helluva row. I am running The time now is Views Read View source View history. Got the same problem. I’ve run alsaconf, alsamixer and even tried playing around with kmix as some people have reported seeing different options in that I didn’t.
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Has any one encountered this before, or have any ca0160 how to fix it? After performing an upgrade 2 days ago sounds no longer works. I can confirm that the following hardware does not work out of the box on Ubuntu 9.
Note that some usb-audio devices do not have internal mixer controls. That being said – should a seperate bug be listed for the optical not working at all?
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Vladimir Korenev vkorenev wrote on That would be a shame. Nanocom alex-nanocom wrote on Changed in alsa-driver Ubuntu: Know my way round a unix box, can shell script etc. Christopher Forster christopherforster wrote on Find More Posts by GrueMaster.
The problem is that sound worksbut badly – it’s very, very scratchy. Daniel T Chen crimsun wrote on Needs more development work. Of course it also means you have more control of your system. Anybody got any ideas how to narrow this down? See full activity log.
Hi Liam, Please be sure to confirm this issue exists with the latest development release of Ubuntu. I have an Audigy1 also.
I can make out only the faintest part of the actual song through all the static and distortion. Cizzleator bloodofthescribe wrote on CA” Is located at the top left, second control, easy to find as is the only checkbox there, no slider at that field.
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