Description of problem:
the latest F10 kernel seems to have created flakiness for my previously rock solid HDA INTEL audio subsystem... The problem seems similar to the F10->F11 transition woes reported in bug #509620, which is where i initially said "me too" but I was asked to file a separate bug, so here it is...
This bug has appeared for me in F10 with the latest kernel update...
this kernel makes problems for pulseaudio and my intel-hda audio...
while the kernel before it had no problems
ps: i'm still on F10 because I'm intensely unhappy with the new pulseaudio
mixer in F10 and the complete lack of support for mixing line-in into the
output stream... I depend upon that capacity for my a 2nd computer on my
desktop and I find the attitude of righteousness and flaming tendencies of the
guy who "owns" F11's new mixer to be especially disheartening...
my alsa-info output (from the older reliable kernel) is here:
Did you confirm that booting back into the older kernel fixes the problem, and it's not caused by some other package that got updated when the kernel did?
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