August 1, 2019

No such luck this time though. But I just found a guide HERE about replacing the default volume control with gnome-volume-control-pulse which may help you out. No sound out of the optical out? Have you got an nvidia graphics card with an HDMI socket? Have you tried playing any actual surround sound files or streams? The Number Of The Beast. I’m pretty sure there is no onboard sound – always tried to avoid it

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February 12th, 4.

CMI Strange Issues Unfortuantely no, just left speaker that appears to be sent to cmi868 6 speakers. I didn’t end up installing the latest ALSA but for some reason today I now have all 6 channels working just fine!

What’s the output from: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. TonyUser 1 2.

Sound not always working – C-Media CMI8738

I reiterate this is a brand new install, I have edited no files thro’ terminal etc. As for the Mic-in, in light of your recent revelation about my card I’ve decided to use a USB mic for my input, which should take care of that little issue. February 14th, 8. You might want to try that.

Can anyone help me cni8768 this – really don’t want to have to go back to windows wayne-System-Product-Name wayne lspci grep -i audio No such luck this time though. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. I installed a new sound card, a Turtle Beach card, and can’t seem to get sound out of the optical out.


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Is it like esd, where if I go with just Alsa, I will only one app can have sound at a time? You were absolutely correct, there WAS onboard sound!!

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I tested the ubungu tune on my smartphone and the lack of buuntu and balance was total. February 9th, 1. Installed MInt 15 on my desktop after a reasonably good experience with my Lenovo laptop.

I am using Ubuntu 9. CMI Strange Issues I’m getting some strange behaviour out of my new CMI card, I can’t seem to get surround sound out of it it just shows up as 1 output in Pulseaudio sound preferences.

Do you have 2 sound cards installed. If it works your receiver should indicate it’s getting PCM data. Someone said elsewhere this seems a worryingly common ubunttu to run lspci grep -i audio and smod grep snd the output follows. I don’t really know very much about sound trouble shooting, so any help is appreciated.


I can get static out the front two channels with the following command but that is it so far when the test says center, nothing works: I disable the onboard intel audio from the bios. Email Required, but never shown. I did try a surround DVD but it appeared that the front audio was being played from the rear outputs as well which seems consistent with speaker-test thinking I only have 1 output device.

February 13th, 6. Line in can be rear or bass output, mic in can be center or lfe output. If ubunut still doesn’t work, return to Step 2 and play with mixer settings.

You are logged into reality as ‘root’ logging in as ‘insane’ is the only fmi8768 option. Once you get it working, you can grab a DTS WAV file from this link to test that digital pass-through is working on your card — be sure to substitute in the right hw: Hi there I get