[mythtv-users] [OT] NForce2 Mono sound only
kuhn at razorsys.com
Thu Jul 7 12:32:22 EDT 2005
if you compile the latest ALSA from the site (not from the kernel) there
has been some work done on this chipset and it will allow you to adjust
>I got it working right out of the box under FC1 and didn't really have
>much of a problem (well, once I dumped both KDE and gnome and went
>back to ratpoison). That'll teach me to dork with something that's
>already working well.
>On 7/7/05, Joseph A. Caputo <jcaputo1 at comcast.net> wrote:
>>On Wednesday 06 July 2005 23:05, Trevor Hill wrote:
>>>This is somewhat off-topic, but it's preventing me from moving forward
>>>with my Myth re-install and the 7NIF2 is such a popular motherboard
>>>for Myth users that I figured I would ask here.
>>>I always have the worst luck with sound in Linux. Every distro, every
>>>sound card, always a problem. Except the first time I installed myth
>>>(about two years ago), when things magically went flawlessly. Not
>>>this time. After much humming and hawing and starting over again, I
>>>finally got my 7NIF2 (intel8x0, nForce 2) on-board sound card to play
>>>sound under all users in all circumstances. Problem is, it's always
>>>in mono. I know the card can do stereo, but no matter what I do, it
>>>always plays in mono. I don't even have a left and right slider in
>>>alsamixer, just "Master Mono" and "Master".
>>>I think my biggest problem is that I'm not even sure where I need to
>>>play with things to enable this (or set it as the default) --
>>>.asoundrc, modprobe.conf, somewhere else...
>>>My previously working system was FC1, and the current one is FC3. I'm
>>>sure someone around here has come across this in the past, thanks!
>>Heh. I've got the same board (running FC1) and I can't even get my
>>mixer to work at all -- it looks like it's working, but there's never
>>any change in the actual volume levels.
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