Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 122761
Sound Blaster Live doesn't work on reboot
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:45:00 EDT
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Description of problem:
The actual driver is working just fine on my system.
I have to run the "soundcard detection" program to get any audio on my
box after I reboot.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.Try to play audio
Actual Results: No audio device detected
Expected Results: Audio should work
I don't think that this is an alsa bug, but I didn't know specifically
which component to put this under.
The sound works just fine if I run the sound-card detection utility,
Thought I would add this. The card doesn't work when I reboot the
machine. It starts working after I run the sound-card detection app
Does this help? Do you folks want me to run any tests?
Don't really understand why, but it started working with the last
bunch of patches.
I am closing this ticket as it is no longer an issue.
I can't seem to get my Sound Blaster LIve Value card to work in
Fedora Core 2 at all..
the sound card detection program detects it fine,
but no sound comes out when I run the test.
I had this same problem in Fedora Core 1 though..
works in WIndows on the exact same machine and hardware setup,
but not in Fedora (COre 1 or 2)
After playing around a bit, I got it to work. Looks like the PCM1 and
PCM2 settings are set to ZERO.
I moved both sliders around and got audio! Is this intentional?
Not really. We attempt to raise the volume in s-c-soundcard before
playing the test sound. The isuse is when the volume that needs to be
raised isn't consistent. :/