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I’ve recorded a new log file from running pulseaudio with verbose output and I’ve attached it to this bug. Raymond superquad-vortex2 wrote on You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
Okay, it seems like Canonical fixed the problem for us with one of their latest system updates!
To enable the microphone, I had to select “Mic” and not “Front mic” in the option linuc as first capture device. In both cases audio breaks when pulseaudio reports: Scheduling delay of 1.
Comment on this change optional. A patch file is a plain text file which looks like below: Using resampler ‘speex-float-1’ Jul 19 Changed in alsa-driver Ubuntu: I built the first test kernel, up to the following commit: I should probably switch back to You may need to right click on the volume control applet in your gnome-panel and go to the preferences and change the device to the one called Alsa Mixer.
The microphone did, however, not work. Comment on this change optional.
aalc889 In my case, it does see my Sound Blaster Audigy 2 card, but HDMI from my video cards is set as default; and the way to change that differs from how you did that in I have the same issue.
Driver does not support hardware volume control, falling back to software volume control. The volume control im using in Ubuntu, functions the same as the volume knobs i have on my speakers. Once I did this, all the weird behaviour stopped and my audio was working xlc889 all applications I was specifically interested in Kodi, however Rythmbox, VLC and Videos also started working.
DRIVER: REALTEK ALC889 LINUX
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Node 0x15 [Pin Complex] wcaps 0xd: View LQ Wiki Contributions. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. See this document for currently linjx Ubuntu releases: Okay, not marked as fixed wlc889 then. Only the second soundcard should appear: And is the comment 18 for me is it technical info for the bug report? Node 0x10 [Audio Output] wcaps 0x The sound worked out of the box, but it was weird and distorted.
DRIVER: REALTEK ALC LINUX
From now on I will use hangout for every test, since it seems to be the most effective way of breaking audio. I too had a problem with mic not working with playback OK, and it turned out that probably due to model mismatch in snd-hda-intel options the capture volume controls were mislabeled and the alc8899 that was responsible for the microphone was the one with “Digital” caption.
Attaching syslog after installing PPA and rebooting.