Description of problem:
Sound plays from laptop speakers even when headphones are plugged in.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 82801I (ICH9 Family) HD Audio Controller (rev 03)
Codec: Realtek ALC269
Automatic muting of the speakers when headphones are plugged in.
I tried passing each of the following to the kernel module with
options snd-hda-intel model=
basic Basic preset
quanta Quanta FL1
eeepc-p703 ASUS Eeepc P703 P900A
eeepc-p901 ASUS Eeepc P901 S101
fujitsu FSC Amilo
lifebook Fujitsu Lifebook S6420
auto auto-config reading BIOS (default)
None of them work on ThinkPad SL510. The 'lifebook' option will make the automute work correctly, but it kills the microphone entirely.
I have the same result, but unless Mikko, the option "lifebook" kills my overall sound (it had to be put in /etc/modprobe.d/dist-alsa.conf, or?)
As I read on some Gentoo-thread I tried a 2.6.34 kernel (2.6.34-43.fc13.x86_64, recompiled from source of 2.6.34-43.fc14.x86_64 obtained via koji) but it didn't help.
Over at Launchpad they have the same bug:
Maybe that info can help?
Thanks for the link to the Launchpad bug. I read there about an easy workaround: the dedicated mute button to the left side of the ThinkPad's keyboard mutes the speakers but not the headphone line. I hadn't had the presence of mind to try this myself, and I installed Fedora on the machine on behalf of someone else, so I don't have the machine handy. A quick phone call confirmed that the mute button works perfectly in this case. The bug is still there on an up-to-date F13.
On my eeepc-901 the speakers dont get muted by the headphones either. It used to work in f11 and f12.
I added the line 'options snd-hda-intel model=eeepc-p901' to dist-alsa.conf with no effect.
alsactl init 0
Unknown hardware: "HDA-Intel" "Realtek ALC269" "HDA:10ec0269,1043831a,00100004" "0x1043" "0x831a"
Hardware is initialized using a guess method
00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation N10/ICH 7 Family High Definition Audio Controller (rev 02)
In my case setting the 'options' to 'model=auto' fixed the issue. You think this is a separate bug or eeepc-901?
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