> Am I the only one still having sound card issues with M6?
> It is not loading at boot and it rolls back to PulseAudio in KDE.
Mine also rolls back to pulseaudio but sound seems to work OK. I also had
this roll-back problem with 11.1.
> Sound issues are present since the first release of 11.2, but I was
> wondering if on M6 I am the only one left.
> I have ICH9 ADsomething, AD1298 I think, can’t remember exactly, but I
> know I am not the only one using that type of in-board chip.
I’ve got M6 on three different machines and sound works on all - apart from
the roll-back to pulseaudio on at least two of the three.
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So far I was just asking if I was alone with that problem, but I start to think it’s time to run some diag and file a bug, maybe…
I can take a screenshot, as it is inside KDE once it is loaded that after a few seconds I get that pop-up in the bottom right saying my audio failed to work or load and it’s roll-backing to PulseAudio.
I have no sound. I did run tests in Yast and nothing. I had sound in a very early release, maybe M1 or an Alpha, but since then, nothing.
Ok so with M7, not installing pulseaudio from first installation of M7, sound works!
All seems normal there.
Kaffeine is still not ready and not playing most of the videos, but that’s another story.
Now I just need to find a way to get my sound pass through SPDIF and all will be great. That’s the most complex thing in Linux according to me, cuz googling around never gives an answer on that, but that’s my problem.