Select the alsa mixer device if you KNOW alsa already works.
select the following with a checkmark:
make sure nothing in muted with a red X. try not to have the earphone
sin your ears when trying this, hate for you to blow a gaket and loose
control of your faculties.
This attempt assumes that fedora recognizes your soundcard and can use the
Alright, so what if this fails.... yhea yhea I know.... alright open a
this brings up a non-mouse gui... navigate with cursors
Find the following selections and try using the 'M' button.
M=Mute/unmute. again be careful
heck try unmuting everything. if this works then read the ALSA docs on
how to save these setting for the next time you boot. And get the fedora
David G. Miller wrote:
On Sun, 2006-12-31 at 01:49 +0800, Chong Yu Meng wrote:
> > So, I buy a pair of earphones so that I can continue watching YouTube
> > while my wife sleeps, and I find that when I plug them into my laptop,
> > the sound disappears! When I unplug it, the sound comes back on from
> > my laptop speakers. I looked into the Volume Control and tried
> > twiddling with 'alsamixer', but cannot figure out which control to set
> > to get the sound into my earphones.
You also might try the earphones with another sound source. Plugging
in earphones (or external speakers) turns off the built-in speakers
for my laptop and a couple of external speakers I'm familiar with.
It's a feature. Could be that either the earphones are bad or they
have a built-in volume control that happens to be set to off.