I have found a workaround which solves some of those problems although I have no clue why it does; I simply took hints from some of the many sound related bug reports Status now: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. If you can, please verify if this bug still exists or not and report back your results. This means either that you don’t have the right GStreamer plugins installed, or that you don’t have a sound card configured. However against the linux-source Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on
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Trying to adjust the volume gives: Justin Flavin justinf wrote on I just got the kernel update 2. Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug I hope this will be a hifh some of you.
The Ubuntu movie had a LOT of static though. No such file or directory make: I also did a trial with Gutsy tribe 5 from Live CD, but it gave no better result. Screen’s LEDs indicate that there is not even a video signal.
To learn more about the stable release update process please refer to https: Henrik Nilsen Omma henrik wrote on Thanks Holmen and everybody in the forum, that was very useful. Peter Yates petepete wrote on Not work Audio device: When the restricted software dependencies are all worked out my HP laptop will be fully functional!
Windows XP / 2K – Audio Driver
I’m going to mark this report as “Fix Released” for the Hardy release per the last sets of comments. Ubuntu Audio Team ubuntu-audio.
Can someone from the Ubuntu audio team confirm that this patch fix the problem for this chipset please? Nominated for Gutsy by Shawn vega. I got it all working! I tried it again in Gutsy and it still works for me.
NVIDIA MCP51 High Definition Audio Driver
What can I do? The updates didn’t work for me. Extract it where ever you like and use cd in a terminal to get there. I tried the ALSA-driver compilation using alsa-source according to the Comprehensive Sound Problems Guide, and got no errors on the compilation process, and no error when I loaded the new module.
I have found a workaround which solves some of those problems although I have no clue why it does; I simply took hints from some of the many sound related bug reports. Making all in po make: I get a system beep instead of a login sound, for example, and the sound icon in the tray shows up as muted. I’ve tagged this as “hardy- kernel- candidate” so that we make sure to retarget this report once the new release is out. Plus, both my cores are working for the first time on Gutsy!
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Win XP/2K – Audio (|NVIDIA
I hope this works for some of you! For some reason the “ubuntu-sax” clip from the examples link on the desktop seemed to play clearly! The card requires the hda-intel module snd-hda-intel in ubuntu according to this page: