This change has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team. I have been using gutsy since tribe 1. For status of 2. After upgrading from 8. Step 2 Test if sound automatically works. No errors also during the reboot. On a thinkpad R61, with the same board, running Hardy with kernel 2.

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After a restart, sound works!

– No sound with Intel I Audio – Ask Ubuntu

Join our community today! I have been using gutsy since tribe 1.

He even submitted the patch after tracking down the issue. In some scenarios several different sound servers may be installed, and only one may work. Join Date Apr Beans 14, It is not necessary anymore.

Do you think this will go to the mainline soon?

From there, you can test the different options. A work around for the problem of the internal speakers not being muted when plugging in headphones: I would like to confirm that just installing the latest linux-backports -modules package in Synaptic corrects the issue for me.


In other words, my front headphone jack is behaving itself properly. Results 1 to 10 of NiceInVT pasternak wrote on I am also getting no sound in Gutsy Beta with this sound card.

There still may be other similar hardware configurations with sound issues, mine works as I described above.

Lee Connell lee-a-connell wrote on Add it to the bottom of the blacklist file. Join Date Nov Beans 2. Links More Notes on HD-Audio Driver by Takashi Iwai – excellent document that explains many issues with the snd-hda-intel driver written imtel one of the module’s authors.

I had sound on the same machine with Feisty.

[ubuntu] Intel Corporation H(ICH8 Family) HD Audio Controler

This file is here: Lines beginning with ” ” are ignored. May 28th, 4. Jeremy McNaughton jeremy-mcnaughton wrote on Not having sound is surprisingly annoying. Digital sound output not tested. I am having a hard time finding this site again and no luck on irc. Have you read the part about alsamixer? You’re using the wrong quirk.


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This change has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team. The sound quality is good but just not very loud.

Muting Channel ‘Front’ or similar with ‘m’ key should also mute ‘Master’ and show ‘mute’ activated in gnome-volume-control. Same card here rev 02, not rev03 Linux audio driver for Intel Family Chipset.