On 09/29/17 09:32, Steven Haigh wrote:
On Friday, 29 September 2017 9:58:14 AM AEST Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 09/29/17 03:18, Morten W. Petersen wrote:
>> I recently decided to try out Fedora, and installed it on my desktop
>> computer. It has multiple sound cards, and I blogged about the
>> process here:
>> Today I looked around in the system settings menu, and found that I
>> could set the preferred sound device there.
>> Wouldn't it be a bit easier for a novice user to configure the
>> preferred sound device from the sound panel in the taskbar? At least
>> to begin with.
>> And sound settings is easier to understand than "multimedia".
> If you must use nVidia drivers there is a much easier way to do it than you
> write about in your blog. The fine folks over at RPMfusion have made it as
> simply enabling their repositories and typing "dnf install akmod-nvidia"
> for all the newer generation cards.
Are the RPMFusion drivers still way behind?
Define "way behind". They are at version 375.66-3. And 384.90-1 is in
I raised this a while back and was told that they're not going to update until
audio over HDMI was fixed or similar...
Audion over HDMI is working just fine for me. I don't use it much since the builtin
speakers on my monitors aren't as good as my Bose speakers connected to my sound
For this reason, I used the negitivo repo for nVidia drivers - as I don't use
any HDMI ports - or audio over them.
Another option. Whatever works for you.
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