Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 949633
Sound card are re-orderd
Last modified: 2014-02-05 15:31:31 EST
Description of problem:
Occtiontally, my ALSA soundcards are being re-orderd at boot up,so that card 1 is now card 0 and card 0 is now card 1, card 3(the mic on my webcame stays the same). Upon install card 0 was my onboard VIA soundcard(HDA ATI SB) and souncard 1 was the HDMI audio out on my ATI card.(ATI HD 6000 serrirs)
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To conferm this, one needs to soundcards one onboard and one HMDI card on the vidio card.(I don't know if it's spefic to the motherboard, if you want to know what board i have let me know and I'll dig out the mannual)
Sound card 1 is soundcard 0 and soundcard 0 is soundcard 1(soundcard 3 is untuched)
Souncards should not change numberings between boots.
I have not checked in detail to see if there is a duplakit bug, pleaese forgive if there is.(and email me so I can follow that bug)
Well I work around is to blacklist the HTMI sound card(as I don't need it at the moment), I am not closeing this issue as it is still a bug.
Darn that did not work, now my sound card and mic in my webcame are being re-orderd. The problem is only intermittent.
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