If it works then go back and delete the renamed folder. Whenever pulseaudio gives up, the following seems to get it back: pulseaudio -kill sudo alsa force-reload pulseaudio -start The indicator in the task bar doesn't come back alive, though pavucontrol works John's NL Canada Reply onno says January 11, 2015 at 3:24 am For the Hp Entertainment Series with nvidia grafic and intel hda ich8 soundcard,i reinstalled alsa, edit /etc/pulse/default.pa adding the Now there is a headphones and line-out options in sound setting and it works after restart. his comment is here
You may be able to find and install drivers for your card by searching the Internet. Reply Amr Elghobary says March 22, 2014 at 7:13 am Thanks you saved my day :) Reply Michael Fleming says March 20, 2014 at 10:32 am Nice. Here is the permanent solution, using amixer, a command-line tool similar to Alsamixer: 1. Reply Robert says February 8, 2014 at 8:57 am How can i put sudo alsa force-reload to startup Reply Maria Lawrence says January 23, 2014 at 1:14 pm My problem is navigate to these guys
Reply High Plains Thumper says November 6, 2014 at 5:03 pm I've got a problem with Mint 17 Mate 64-bit. First of all, make sure that you actually have a MIDI port on your soundcard. Regardless, you get the credit - we can hear our PC again. Hopefully everything will keep working.
Web searches revealed MANY such issues (especially with Acer Netbooks), with many fixes (none of which worked for me). Ubuntu 16.04 No Sound I was hoping the first alternative would be a more permanent solution, but after doing it, the sound won't work at all and I can't open my Unity Tweak Tool (keeps Thanks. check my site To fix this problem, you need to run sudo apt-get install pavucontrolthen run the pavucontrol program from a terminal or by pressing Alt-F2 and typing pavucontrolin the box that appears.
Adv Reply September 18th, 2015 #10 TapaniS View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Aug 2014 Beans 1 Re: No sound after upgrade to Ubuntu No Sound Hdmi Reply Abhishek Prakash says July 24, 2014 at 9:17 am welcome Maria Reply farfaraway says June 7, 2014 at 6:24 am I'm running a fresh install of Ubuntu 14.04. sudo lspci -v will show a list with more detailed information. Exit from alsamixer by pressing Esc key.
But the issue with the low volume on the sound is always present, and a huge inconvenience, considering that putting it even just above half way, means I get absolutely no Reply Abhishek Prakash says March 29, 2015 at 4:39 pm difficult to say for me… last time i had audio issue it was becausse of HDMI enabled by default: https://itsfoss.com/fix-sound-ubuntu-1404/ try Ubuntu 14.04 No Sound So you need to accept the answer by click on the accept button near the answer. Ubuntu 16.04 Sound Not Working After rebooting, verify that you have posted the full Terminal output from step 3 and step 4 into the original question that you previously created at answers.launchpad.net Also mention how you
When i start my computer. this content The output socket may be different when running Linux than on Windows or Mac OS. Any idea? I got a Lenovo ideapad U430p Intel i5 core Linux mint 17.2 cinnamon Do u got any idea what might be the problem? Ubuntu No Sound Output
Enjoy the sound of music :) John Whitehead says October 21, 2013 at 2:27 pm Yes. I now recall having a similar problem about 20 years ago with a Windows machine - buffer issues which were eliminated by increasing the buffer size. Flavour 13.10 64bit Reply Abhishek Prakash says March 20, 2014 at 11:37 am Welcome Reply Mahadevi says February 26, 2014 at 6:59 pm My Ubuntu sound is not working.when i tried weblink The many common suggestion we see is uninstalling and afterwards reinstalling alsa and […] Reply Fix Brightness Control Not Working for Ubuntu 13.10 says: March 20, 2014 at 11:55 pm […]
Reply bladerunner says September 2, 2013 at 4:44 am its still did not work.. Ubuntu 15.04 No Sound sudo nano /etc/pm/sleep.d/50alsacase "$1" in hibernate|suspend) # Stopping is not required ;; thaw|resume) /sbin/alsa force-reload ;; *) exit $NA ;; esacMake the newly created script to be executable with the following Is Ubuntu's possibly not getting PulseAudio right a problem?
I had to do this: run alsamixer on command line it shows "card: pulseaudio" F6 select your sound. Loading ALSA sound driver modules: (none to reload). I knew Kubuntu was fully community-maintained but was under the impression that Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Edubuntu and the various Ubuntus other than Ubuntu MATE were at least partially maintained by Canonical (as Ubuntu Sound Dummy Output There are those who would tell you to remove the ~/.pulse directory of course there is no ~/.pulse directory to remove.
Not a single sound problem. I restored the tray icon by reinstalling Indicator Sound with this command: sudo apt-get install indicator-sound (Thanks for Jorge Castro at askubuntu for sharing this tip - http://askubuntu.com/questions/182711/how-do-i-reinstall-the-sound-icon-sound-menu) Reply Ice says Reply MarcusKlaasDeVries says May 7, 2013 at 7:03 pm I have same problem. http://techese.net/no-sound/ubuntu-sound-not-working-after-upgrade.html So I am really not impressed with this article… Now I am stucked… Reply Gus says March 8, 2016 at 7:18 pm I had headphones working, speakers were not.
The fix was to reinstall Alsa and Pulse audio drivers and then reloading Alsa […] Reply Ubuntu - no audio after upgrade to 13.10 [closed] | Zuelke Answers says: December 6, Zinoune RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Announcements Fedora 25: On the way of Wayland Linux distributions Transmission-daemon: Setting up Transmission Web On Debian Frequently Asked Questions How to install Snap in Fedora24 My Cosigner is going to die, and the family is threatening to take the car! See if an audio controller or audio device is listedâ€”it should have the sound card's make and model number.
Removing ~/.config/pulse directory, followed by reboot, fixed my problem in Ubuntu 14.04. Reply Anita Lewis says February 19, 2015 at 3:25 pm Thanks. Thanks for replying and suggestion would be greatly appreciated. Allen Simco alsimco.wordpress.com Reply Radek says January 4, 2016 at 11:27 am It worked.
I'm on Ubuntu 13.10 and in the sound settings there is no option to turn it off which is sad since such option exist in Windows. Then retest sound in Ubuntu. If there are no others, you should create one with default settings. If you've reached this point, you should file a bug report on launchpad.net under the Ubuntu distribution.
To change the ALSA-level volume controls directly, you can do the following:Open a terminal. (The quickest way is the Ctrl-Alt-T shortcut)Enter “alsamixer” and press the Enter key.