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I just had to reinstall due to some HDD issues, but everything works now.
I was able to get Audigy 4 analog output working in Ubuntu 15.04 by selecting the "Digital Output (S/PDIF)" in the System Settings > Sound. I believe it was working fine in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (except the zero volume in right channel issue that can be fixed with alsamixer) so this issue was probably introduced recently.
Install pavucontrol from this link using Software Center. Next Start two instances of vlc for the same video file, use the following cmd: `vlc /path/to/video.avi & vlc /path/to/video.avi` Start pavucontrol in a new terminal using the following cmd: pavucontrol Now in the playback tab, scroll down to find two vlc applications. Simply change the ...
ALSA(Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) is sound driver that provides audio and MIDI functionality to the Linux operating system. previously it was supporting mpg123 in older version 0.5.0 of ALSA. now ALSA is not providing support to mpg123 and announced it as deprecated. more info here mpg123 is a audio player and decoder library
I have struggled with this for a while. I have, however, found a solution today for getting the output to not come in through the mic. It turns out that the mic is set to stereo, and I am guessing my port is mono. Or it's the other way around. Either way, this was the fix for me: Run PulseAudio Volume Control (or pavucontrol from the ALT+F2 menu) Under ...
try to see - if the headphones in alsamixer are muted. It is visualized with a M at the bottom of the volumemeter. also on my Dell XPS 13 (Kubuntu 15.04, 4.1.2 Mainline Kernel), when the headphones are plugged in at boot time they stay mute. I always have to unplug and plug again for them to work. Maybe that helps? -
On command line try alsamixer it will open a "gui" with several columns for each output, move with the left arrow key to the second one <headphnes>, and with the up arrow key, increase the volume. It worked for me with the headphones and subwoofer.
In some cases dkms remove command does not remove the modules correctly. This may happen, if you used mkdsc or other options of dkms. It is quite safe to remove the module manually, if it is not installed according to dkms status. You can do it by sudo rm -r /var/lib/dkms/alsa-firewire Another notice. You incorrectly use dkms install command. The ...
If you were to try and play this game with audio in 15.04 you would need to actually symlink for the current libopenal.so.1.15.1 file to the ut2004/System directory replacing the default openal.so file that resides there. Essentially running something similar to the following: ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libopenal.so.1.15.1 ...
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