AHelper wrote:
in the first 4 days, did you update the kernel or anything else? If an update to pulseaudio or alsa caused it, you may want to file a bug report. If the kernel was updated, then have grub boot into the original kernel. If nothing happened, copy the alsa config file (.a... something, don't remember the name) from root to your home directory, and possibly the pulseaudio one, too.


Let me get something straight. No sound is working. Anywhere. Period. I get a "One of your sound devices is malfunctioning" whenever I log into my root account through KDE. I sincerely can't remember what happened 1.5 months ago, so no info there.
does aplay work? or, can you do cat /dev/random > /dev/dsp to get static? otherwise alsa's config is either really bad, or the drivers are bad.
AHelper wrote:
does aplay work? or, can you do cat /dev/random > /dev/dsp to get static? otherwise alsa's config is either really bad, or the drivers are bad.


As I said. Nothing works. I've tried that. I suspect bad drivers. Dose anyone know of a good linux driver site?
*bump*

Well, this thread is getting stale, and I still have no sound... sigh... If anyone knows where to get some Linux drivers, that would be great.
  
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