Hi strange things happen mine sound doesn’t work there is pulseaudio and nvidia analog and nvidia digital, backend xine also present, gstreamer present. I think pulseaudio gives problems how to enable the sound the soundcard is detected and configured well so i don’t know what is wrong i am using the KDE Desktop.
What is your criteria for stating sound does not work? Try each of the following in a terminal, first as a regular user and then with root permissions:
speaker-test -Dplug:front -c2 -l5 -twav
- second, try again:
speaker-test -c2 -l5 -twav
speaker-test -c2 -D hw:0,0 -t wav -l3
- fourth, this next command has a volume meter at the bottom of its output with a changing number of #'s and %'s to show volume levels so run this command and tell me if the number of #'s and %'s are changing:
aplay -vv /usr/share/sounds/alsa/Front_*
- fifth: and also:
aplay -vv /usr/share/sounds/alsa/test.wav
Do any of those give an indication of sound ?
If none of those give sound, then please provide the information recommended to be provided in the second half of our multimedia stickie in this thread Welcome to multimedia sub-area - openSUSE Forums , and I quote:
If that that does not help you get your basic sound working, please post in this “multimedia” sub-forum, providing in your post the following information:
- provide the URLs (of a summary webpage) that are created by running the diagnostic script noted here:
SDB:AudioTroubleshooting - openSUSE - Script to run to obtain detailed information. On openSUSE-11.1 and newer that will ask you to run the script /usr/sbin/alsa-info.sh and after the script finishes it will give you a URL to pass to the support personnel. Please post here the output URL. Just the URL. You may need to run that script twice (the first time with root permissions to update in the /usr/sbin directory, and the second time to get the URL).
- in a terminal, or xterm, or konsole, type: rpm -qa ‘alsa’ #and post output here
- in a terminal, or xterm, or konsole, type: rpm -qa ‘pulse’ #and post output here
- in a terminal, or xterm, or konsole, type: rpm -q libasound2 #and post output here
- in a terminal, or xterm, or konsole, type: uname -a #and post output here
- for openSUSE-11.2 or later, in a terminal, or xterm, or konsole, type: cat /etc/modprobe.d/50-sound.conf #and post output here