Have you tested sound without PulseAudio going directly through alsa? PA
does seem to be really picky with every update when it comes to audio
hardware while alsa always keeps working fine for me.
Antonio Olivares wrote:
Dear fellow testers and/or developers,
Upon reading the Fedora Test Day announcement, I decided to take a look at the the page:
I see many good things coming, however, I run rawhide on two machines and I can play
sound on only one of them. The following page
introduces new things that look great and looking at the
How can I help out and in a way get back sound on the machine that does not have any. I
have played with alsamixer -c 0, and alsamixer -c 2, because the machine shows 2 devices
when I do a aplay -l, only one plays. All values are at 0 and I increase them to about
87% and still I cannot play anything. I have lost sound and got it back with updates, but
this time for about a little more than a week, I have no sound. I am concerned that sound
will not be coming back. I have been running rawhide on this machine since Fedora 5 Test
2 and even went through pulseaudio introduced on this machine and sound worked flawlessly.
I do not know for sure which update brought sound to its knees, but it would be great
that I can get sound back. I will appreciate any advice/hints/comments given so that I
can help in getting the GlitchFreeAudio that is targeted for Fedora 10.