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 Post subject: No sound anymore
PostPosted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 7:03 pm 
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I have lost the sound in antix 7.2, it was working for the last month but has recently quit working. Alsaconfig does not restore it under config-system. When I select a radio station in streamtuner, xmms opens and is playing the stream but no sound.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 7:19 pm 
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Check aumix, alsamixer has the sound set and not muted.

You might need to run alsaconf again.

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What did you do just before the sound went away?

For me, about half the time I do "apt-get update; apt-get upgrade", my sound configuration get corrupted. So far, alsoconf has managed to restore it every time.


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I ran alsaconf again and still no sound, also checked the sound mixer to make sure it wasn't muted which it wasn't.

Yes, the last thing I did before losing the sound was updating all the upgrades in synaptic.


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I had this happen once to me, I ended up removing/reinstalling alsa and alsa-modules and it worked. You may need to enable thee Mepis repos though.

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Yeah I just installed AntiX it was running great...then I updated the system. That is when the sound went out. I ran alsaconf and that did the trick. Sound is as clear as a bell. Also I downloaded and installed the Kaffeine dvd/cd player and it works great.


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viking - try doing an update using dpkg in the terminal and see if that helps.

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