I bought one because it was supported by the Linux prism drivers, only to find that they had just switched to an unsupported chipset. Again thanks to all involved in creating this wonderful thing called GNU/Linux especially those involved in the best distro so far, openSuse!!!! Emily March 14, 2008 at 09:01 | Thanks so much Opensuse, one-click is the way linux should be heading, more user friendly to install new software. so how can i solve the problems thanks a lot germano faith October 26, 2007 at 09:05 | Hello all! http://gnumatic.com/no-sound/opensuse-11-4-sound-not-working.html
If people only knew…. This initial PulseAudio introduction, created some problems with Gnome users and KDE4 users (KDE-3.5.9 users were mostly unaffected). sound system crashes with strange error. Am sure suse ships with root certificates of various CA's so point your postfix to that file using the Code: smtp_tls_CAfile smtp_tls_CApath Options. https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Audio_troubleshooting
Try changing the line default-sample-rate = 44100 in /etc/pulse/daemon.conf by default-sample-rate = 48000 and restart the PulseAudio server. On 64bit: rpm -Uhv 'http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/11.0/repo/oss/suse/x86_64/rpm-4.4.2-199.1.x86_64.rpm' Or if you are on 32 bit: rpm -Uhv 'http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/11.0/repo/oss/suse/i586/rpm-4.4.2-199.1.i586.rpm' Install the 11.0 package management stack.zypper in zypper Add the 11.0 version of the nonoss and This is the first time I ever use Linux. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ.
sw November 3, 2007 at 15:36 | My download ranged between 350 - 400 KB/Sec. Checking ‘checksum' is new to me. On-line update should always be part of the install. Opensuse Configure Sound Card You have made installation very easy.
Thanks! I have another PC at home with OpenSuSE that is used as a test machine. I didn’t actually try it this time though, I have in the past. 24 Jun 2008,20:36 skx Great entry, let me update my openSUSE installed on ecrypted partitions. https://news.opensuse.org/2007/11/02/opensuse-103-live-version-available/ but now it only works from http://localhost/username/info.php not anymore from http://localhost/info.php Reply With Quote 30-Jul-2008,02:58 #10 edomenig View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Jul
The cacert.pem file looked different after following this guide. Opensuse Restart Pulseaudio See the link for more details. I'm not using the built in WiFi card, but a USB MyEssentials 802.11g-54Mbps one. The liveCD reduce this question.
If this is the case, the easiest thing to do is change the order of the sound devices manually in YAST. https://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/bweber/entry/upgrading_opensuse_103/ At this point I had to confirm several package vendor changes and removal of a few obsolete packages.zypper ref zypper dup Reboot Problems I had only two significant problems after upgrading. Opensuse No Sound There is a guide with an example how to do such a configuration here: http://akoskm.blogspot.com/2009/01/laptop-extra-keys-howto.html and a wiki under development: SDB:Keytouch Determining which application is using sound device Sometimes, when one Opensuse Pulseaudio For guidance on how to deal with some Pulse Audio problems, please refer to http://www.pulseaudio.org/wiki/FAQ and http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Pulseaudio and http://pulseaudio.org/wiki/BrokenSoundDrivers On openSUSE-11.1 and 11.2, PulseAudio works much better.
toni November 3, 2007 at 14:37 | I agree with you: Any live or installed linux cd without wifi autodetection is not useful, nowdays. http://gnumatic.com/no-sound/opensuse-sound-not-working.html They are supposed to be 1600×[email protected] the settings in pax all look right, but if I look at krandrtray I end up at 79hz and my monitor like doing the wave I’ve run linux on this box for 4 years (mostly gentoo) so I’m sure it isn’t a hardware compatibility issue. If after doing those searches, it appears that alsa-1.0.14 (or what ever alsa version your openSUSE has) appears adequate, then it is possible you need to do a custom hand edit Opensuse 13.2 No Sound
I am downloading openSUSE GNOME! I love it. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://gnumatic.com/no-sound/opensuse-11-4-microphone-not-working.html If that doesn't work, then edit your /etc/modprobe.d/sound file again (/etc/modprobe.d/50-sound.conf on openSUSE-11.2), trying the different options (ie “acer” and “3stack”) being certain to restart your alsa between each edit.
However, timer-based scheduling may expose issues in some Alsa drivers. Opensuse 13.1 No Sound Anon December 31, 2007 at 11:03 | Kewl! Terry November 18, 2007 at 11:37 | Performance scripts.
You will have to register before you can post in the forums. (Be aware the forums do not accept user names with a dash "-") Also, logging in lets you avoid Franky November 4, 2007 at 17:49 | Hi, doensÂ´t work on my DELL OptiPlex GX620 (just like the full install version 10.3). The adaptor connects the computer to the router and needs a suitable driver to work with Linux. Opensuse Leap 42.1 No Sound I'm so sick and tired of BLUE!
Overall I think suse comes with all the right software, mainly firefox, amarok, k3b and open office. I don't know if the attached Windows info helps. The X11:/XGL openSUSE Build Service repository also always provides the latest Compiz and Compiz Fusion versions. have a peek here The post you mention looks a damn sight simpler, and seems similar to other posts I'd tried that didn't work.
FJ March 26, 2008 at 12:16 | Been a SuSE user since 5.2 - mid-90's. ALSA driver documentation One can read up on the technical aspects of alsa by installing the rpm "alsa-docs" and then copying into one's web browser: file:///usr/share/doc/packages/alsa-docs/index.html Some magic to test your Meanwhile other distros got their act together and allow an easy and reliable upgrade mechanism. The new version comes with many new amazing plugins providing you with the latest composite effects.
Thanks so much Opensuse, one-click is the way linux should be heading, more user friendly to install new software. Not only that, but you know you have a real system that will work, instead of a system that will just work. Any further thoughts? Cause After openSUSE installation, in some cases it is necessary to adjust the audio  settings in order to get sound.
And most of all, Thanks LINUX distrubitors! The alsa rpms on this web site are very "cutting edge", they are built regularly, and they could have recently introduced bugs that have not been fixed yet.