Description of problem:
When plugging in earphones, Fedora doesn't automatically plays the sound on the earphones but continues playing them on the speaker. My computer is a Lenovo B50-30
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Steps to Reproduce:
Didn't know the name of the component. Please change it for me.
just checked it agin and it seems that the real problem is that fedora doesn't recognice anymore when the headphones are plugged in or not.
It should be generating some acpi event.
and plug/unplug it. If it does not show anything,
it may be required some kernel command line option.
Anyway, component is not 0ad :) It should be
acpid or kernel.
Thank you for the reply.
In the meantime some recent update fixed the bug until some days when some other updates brought it back.
I did that and it told me to install acpid. After installing it and running acpi_listen it brings up the error can't open socket /var/run/acpid.socket: No such file or directory
Thanks, I didn't know where this belongs to.
Again ths bug was fixed by an update between the 25. of July and the 1. August.
I'm sorry, it seemed just to work once, now it doesn't work again. I really hope this can be fixed.
This also happens to me on Lenovo x240. Speakers work fine, but headphones do not.
Same with Lenovo w541 and Linux work 4.1.6-200.fc22.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon Aug 17 19:54:31 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I'm seeing this on Fedora 23 and Lenovo 540p
Seeing this on F22 and a Sager NP8651.
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