I am using Ubuntu Sign up using Email and Password. Could someone offer me a solution that any fool could follow. JohnFlux johnflux wrote on I also tested the mic input and headphone connectors in other profiles: All I want is to plug the silly thing in and get sound out of my speakers. This still happens on the latest version, updated today in 09 of april of
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I consider bying a “Sound Blaster Omni Surround 5.
I now experience the same problems asounr described above, with the card being only recognized as stereo device. Please add the links to the forum posts you’ve checked out to your question, it might provide clues for the answerers! Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. The problem is not dependent on the other hardware of the computer checked with four entirely different computers.
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Thanks guys, Matej Urbas instructions worked for me! Aaditya Bagga 1, 1 8 Matthew Brown aka Dm106 Matt 1 9 Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on This still happens on the latest version, updated today in 09 of april of See full activity log. My usb CM card is 5.
Alsamixer correctly detects the extra channels, but this doesn’t help with sound from the desktop. On a properly configured system, disabling the on-board device and just plugging the USB device in should work.
So I guess no-one uses an usb sound card with linux v3.
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I think my device can only handle 16bit see info in post 3probably that’s why the pulseaudio option is ignored. If I kill pulseaudio, it defaults to muted, but works when I unmute it This change will make the HDMI sound poor but will allow the 24bit transport for C-Media device to work nicely with surround sound over pulse.
Georg Richter georgrichter-k wrote on Then all the different audio profiles appears in both pacmd and the gnome control panel as expected. I tested with standard Ubuntu Mate image.
Aug 20 ’13 at 8: It is being recognized as a stereo sound card but it supports 7. Bus Device Raymond superquad-vortex2 wrote on Hardware support may aaound appear in newer Ubuntu versions.
The sound card is 5. I am using Ubuntu Sign up using Facebook.
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If anyone is willing to work on this bug I might gladly offer him or ssound such an device not only for fixing this bug but also as a little reward for the effort.
Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag.
Here’s a cheap one on Newegg: You could use alsamixer.