My sound card is a Creative Sound Blaster 24bits, 5. For me unmuting the master channel and muting the digital output using the alsamixer did the job. Most modern distros come with soundcore compiled as a module. I believe there should be a master channel. Contents 1 The module options for snd-ca 2 Introduction for CA soundcard 3 Quick installation 3.
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Hope this helps you chaps. Ok, I think I’ve tracked down the final version of this problem! Have proved hardware by booting off CD and it works fine. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Same problem here, Ubuntu See full activity log. All similar threads that I’ve found via here or Google seem to have different options in alsamixer than I have, and so aren’t much help. It will automatically gather and attach updated debug information to this report.
Bug # “[CA – CA, playback] No sound at all” : Bugs : alsa-driver package : Ubuntu
THis is also true for Intel HD Audio interfaces, so I’m thinking that this is a control for the power levels, kind of like when you crank up the pre amp on a stereo system. I have the Audigy 1, which apparently uses a different chip.
Creative Labs CA Soundblaster [ Please be sure to confirm this issue exists with the latest development release of Ubuntu. Of course it also means you have more control of your system. The time now is I can make out only the faintest part of the actual song through all the static and distortion.
I ran Gnome Alsamixer. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. I have not used Ubuntu on this computer for a while as hardware support was too bad to use it as a production environment.
Could you post the output from “amixer fgrep control”? This behaviour of only working with either optical or analogue is a limitation of the SE and LS alxa Audigy cards, and probably the chips themselves.
Hello, Got the same problem. That being said – should a seperate bug be listed for the optical not working at all?
This isn’t a driver problem. I can confirm that the following hardware does not work out of the box on Ubuntu 9.
Sound Blaster X-Fi
Changed in alsa-driver Ubuntu: Note that this control doesn’t have a mute option. Sitsofe Wheeler sitsofe wrote on Cs0106 upgrade log present probably fresh alsq dmi.
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I have all the correct sound channels available with the exception of the “mater channel”. Here’s what mine reports: This bug affects 7 people. Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Find More Posts by Trauma. I have an Audigy1 also.