Why it was apparently set to this I don't know. Using your keyboard arrow keys (Left/Right/Up/Down), unmute PCM and Front: 3. I've been told by several people that it's because Pulse doesn't quite work properly. Ac (Make the system/ALSA recognize the sound card(s)) Run this command: (referred to in this section as the 'big one') echo "Sound cards recognized by the system:"; lspci -nn | grep http://techese.net/no-sound/ubuntu-9-04-sound-not-working.html
Thanks a lot for the helpful post. Reply Diego Alcántara says October 20, 2013 at 2:44 am Yesterday I updated to Kubuntu 13.10 and today those synthoms were revealed. The M key is to toggle mute/unmute. What did work was going into terminal with alsamixer then I could select the correct device there using F6.
Thanks as always to all contributors to this thread. If the test is successful, edit/create /etc/asound.conf to set HDMI as the default audio device, reboot, and audio should now work. (Is there a better way to do this?) cat /etc/asound.confpcm.!default Finally found a solution with the link you provided. Took about 15 minutes.
If you want to save your settings for the next reboot, run in a terminal window (replace CARD by the card number that you are saving the settings from. Step 10 Run the command gnome-volume-control and set the Sound Theme to "No sounds". Reply Ganesh Jadhav says January 15, 2014 at 3:46 pm i have just upgraded the system from 12.10 to 13.04 then to 13.10. Ubuntu 16.04 No Sound If your speaker has a power cable, make sure that it is plugged in.
To change the sound card you are working on, press F6. Debian No Sound I tried a lot - now I don't have a listed sound device in Audio-Settings. Any idea? Here if you are using Lubuntu.
One thing I notice though is that in system settings/sound the output volume is not working ( it's set all the way to the left and unable to move to the https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshootingGuide It fixed my problem Reply geekssaywhaa says December 8, 2013 at 12:37 am Thanks alot I kept overlooking this option on my new Xubuntu 13.10. Linux Mint No Sound Dummy Output had come only once in mint (first boot after installation). Ubuntu 14.04 No Sound Reply Andrew says October 27, 2013 at 8:35 pm Do you have a article on how to disable headphone autodetect?
I`ve remove alle pulseaudio and reinstall all alsa. check over here Reply Abhishek Prakash says July 10, 2013 at 10:17 pm can you try to re-install alsa and pulse audio (first alternate method)? Stay tuned :) Reply Rodrigo Noales says May 24, 2013 at 1:14 pm Any news about a permanent fix to this, everytime I restart ubuntu 13.04 I lost the sound, so Multivariable limit - perhaps a trickier problem I am stuck on. No Sound Ubuntu
Forcing an ALSA reload didn't help :( Reply Abhishek Prakash says August 2, 2013 at 1:35 pm try re-installing flash. Press Esc when finished. Scrolling through the options with the left/right arrow keys I found automute was enabled, so simply disabled it and presto! his comment is here But no login/logoff sound, no drum.
If such an option exists, make sure BIOS option "Speakers and Headphones" is set to "enabled" If you happen to have two sound-cards installed in your pc, one integrated into the Ubuntu Sound Settings Missing See original post for further details, but use the the path given above, since settings are no longer stored in ~/.pulse. Reply bladerunner says September 2, 2013 at 4:44 am its still did not work..
Thank you. After numerous attempts, it is finally working, alsa-force reload did the trick! A possible reason for the card not being detected properly is that the drivers for the card are not installed. Ubuntu Sound Card Not Detected Then reboot and retest audio.
Then run: sudo apt-get install --reinstall linux-image-`uname -r` and reboot. Now, you need to reboot your computer. To report errors in this documentation, file a bug. weblink I have tried numerous fixes, kills, loads, reloads, updates and reboots it's not funny.
This means that there's no way to confirm that you've selected the text which many of your visitors obviously would want to copy and paste into the terminal? I tried the alsa force reload and it didn't work. Reply BasmoBillyBob says October 6, 2014 at 1:57 am The issue on my PC is that it does this after every reboot. Work for me on Linux Mint 15.
Not the answer you're looking for? I'm guessing it's the insight needed to correct this issue? Reply Abhishek Prakash says September 7, 2013 at 10:59 am You are welcome. Reply norbert says May 6, 2013 at 1:56 pm At new restart , the problem is here again !
thanks for help sam Reply Abhishek Prakash says August 15, 2013 at 9:23 am Try killall pulseaudio Reply ericek111 says August 18, 2013 at 3:36 pm Thaaaanks, man! Updating the BIOS may help. a.out checking whether the C compiler works... Reply maurice37 says September 2, 2014 at 11:33 am i was having problem with sound in 14.04 after switching to GNOME from UNITY.Didn't found appropriate answers from askubuntu,stackoverflow.But this really made
No worries. A final thing to check is that the audio cable is securely plugged into the back of the speakers. tried: sudo apt-get update/upgrade/upgrad-dist and a hole lot of other commands for removing, instaling and reinstaling drives (sound and video mostly) to no avail apparently… It seems to problem might be now i am facing sound problem for each restart.
This problem went away as soon as I fixed the sound so I assume the sound issue must have been crashing the media playback in general.