On Monday 16 February 2009 01:34:09 Gar wrote:
> I have a Shuttle XPC, specs are here
> http://www.shuttle.eu/SeeIT/neuheiten/neuheiten_en/neuheiten_sn78sh7_en.htm
>l and a Dell SP2208WFP Monitor. The sound on the computer is via an onboard
> Realtek ALC888DD and the monitor has a usb OmniVision Tech. microphone in
> addition to the usb OmniVision camera built into it. I'm running Fedora 10
> with a KDE login manager, and a KDE desktop. The system is up to date as of
> yesterday.
>
> Here's the problem.
> If I boot the computer with everything plugged in, the only thing the mixer
> sees is the microphone. No other audio devices appear. Obviously, no sound
> output.
>
> If I unplug the Dell usb cable from the monitor, then the onboard audio
> system (RealTek) is recognized and works fine. I can plug the Dell monitor
> usb cable in after my login completes, and I can get the camera and the
> microphone back. The mixer tabs are "HDA NVidia" and "Monitor Webcam
> (SP2208WFP)" at that point.
>
> It would be nice to leave everything plugged in, and still have it all
> work, but for whatever reason, the system seems to think that the
> microphone built into the monitor is a priority to the exclusion of all
> else. I have a work-around, unplugging the usb cable, hopefully it is just
> a work-around, and not a final solution. ;)
>
> Thanks,
> Gar
> _______________________________________________


Bug Report to KDE please


Eli


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