Looking at logging a bug with Alsa rather than starting a new thread. Thanks for your answer. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. This has been introduced due to Alsa post version This issue persists in many distributions including openSUSE and debian having Alsa version higher than Downloads Support Community Development.
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Realtek HD Audio ALC
Starting pulseaudio as a normal user failed, so I did set GID bit: Sounds works fine on Alsa The time now is Originally Posted by sebmaster. Find the answer to your Linux question: Hope you get it to work, Good Luck.
Place your global alsa-lib configuration here…
Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Realtek Its the ‘Others’ download in the Linux section The installation instructions are included, its basically a text based wizard. So for example say I downloaded and extracted the drivers to the desktop Linu would open a Konsole window and type: Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
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[xubuntu] Realtek HD ALC Makes No Sound
No sound with Realtek ALC Alc8888 hope this helps someone. Never tell people how to do things. I had no idea Wine could work with drivers aswell.
The drivers got installed nicely and the sound worked fine.
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I installed Wine and it appears to be running fine, however when I try and install the Realtek package, although it installs OK, I cant seem to get the alc8888 to run. Address family not supported by protocol ALSA lib pulse. Few days ago i followed the Sound Troubleshooting Guide below https: The system works fine, but there is no sound.
I got sound working because of this thread, just wanted to say thanx. Post as a guest Name.