Description of problem:
The onboard AC97 soundcard of my ASUS A6km laptop does not work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
1.0.14 - 0.4.rc3.fc7
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Fedora 7
2. Run firstboot, sound card is detected and sound sample is reproduced
3. Upon first X login, sound is gone
The only sound devices available on the Gnome sound volume applet are "USB Mixer
(OSS Mixer)", "SiS Sl7013 Modem (Alsa Mixer)" and "USB 2.0 Video (Alsa Mixer)",
all featuring only the Microphone component for sound and none outputting any sound
Having a generic mixer available with the usual sound components (line in, out,
pcm, master, etc)
This laptop has an ACPI bug, it does not boot with a USB mouse plugged in except
with "acpi=off" in the kernel command line (documented here:
http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6208) and this sound bug was
supposedly fixed in ALSA 1.0.11, as shown here
Please run system-config-soundcard, switch to "System" page, generate the
/root/scsconfig.log file and attach it here.
Created attachment 158401 [details]
when adjusting the volume, I can't hear any sound.
I am a Chinese student.I like linux,especially Fedora.So I have installed
Fedora 7.But my motherboard seems have some problom: when starting Fedora,my
loudspeaker make something sound like 'chichi'.And when playing music,if I
adjusting the lolume,the sound gone,nothing sound can be heard.I don't why?I am
a linux beginner,and I want to learn linux.Expecting your answers,many thanks!