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After doing some research, I found out that the problem was with me having dual boot with windows 8.1. Found the answer on this thread. As it turned out, I already had disabled Fast boot in Windows 8.1. In addition to that, I discovered I had to fully turn off from Windows and then turn on the laptop again. Restart does not work. Marking this as the answer. ...
In ubuntu there is such tool as alsamixer. Check if you have that in your distro. If you do, see if below the headphones bar there is two M letters , MM. That would mean headphones are muted. pressing m unmutes them. Check if that works. Alternatively, this could be a hardware issue, in which case i'd suggest usb headphones or bluetooth
If you dual boot with Windows 8, see this answer. If headphones work, and the speaker doesn't work or works intermittently, please click "Does this bug affect you?" in the upper left of this bug. In this case, it is a bug that, in its nature, intermittently exists. I'm pretty sure it is a start-up bug of some sort, and have already noted it as such in the ...
If you dual boot with Windows 8, see this answer. If headphones work, and the speaker doesn't work or works intermittently, please click "Does this bug affect you?" in the upper left of this bug.
For certified hardware that should work with Ubuntu, click Hardware at the top of the page, and look for Ubuntu Desktop certified hardware There are various 'clients' also available that can interface with the mobile network through a internal of external GSM/3G interface. An example of this is Wammu (supported 'phones' can be found here), which has some ...
You can use a laptop (or desktop for that matter) to send and receive phone calls. There are numerous VoIP softphone applications that enable this. You would also need service from a VoIP provider, and an active internet connection.
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