Not the answer you're looking for? Robgoss 2016-04-23 17:58:37 UTC #7 Sweet thanks so much for pointing it out Wolfman pfeiffep 2016-04-23 18:00:40 UTC #8 Add on to the possible bug in software center [3.20.1] ... After the install you can switch to using KMS which could give better performance (hibernate can be used instead of suspend). If you remove the gnome-power-manager be careful not to remove the gnome-session as well. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2189458
See the Configure Graphics section of the FAQ. omg ubuntu http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/ and we also have the mighty Ubuntu Onair http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm7OifwnZoMCChidCJZQruQ We all know Linux is great... Therefore after some internet search i found the suggestion to help the X11 system a bit by specifying the details of the card in a file /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-nouveau-conf and using the info
Please use these instructions at your own risk. You may try the following workaround: Ensure that your /etc/fstab has no entry for your cd/dvd drive.(!) Insert a disk into the drive and then issue the following command on the However for the current terminal window it can be acticated, if I 1) profile preferences -> colors -> move from none to full back and forth 2) then profile preferences -> Ubuntu 15.10 No Sound There are two solutions to this: Use NVIDIA driver version 364 from the Graphics drivers PPA (Best Option) sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt update && sudo apt install nvidia-364 Use LightDM
KMS brings a more graphical splash screen although this will likely have messed up colours, see bug, but there is probably an endian issue in their too (source). Ubuntu 16.04 No Sound But i have to reinstall such packages as skype and Chromium, same with Playonlinu and Wine. Switch one of the input channels off: Go to InputDevices tab and ensure you have the InternalAudioAnalogStereo or just InternalAudioAnalog displayed by selecting Allinputdevices from the Display drop-down list. Downloads: supertuxkart-amiga.de. 2014-09-17 UPDATE: since this mesa commit (including previous ones) mesa has better big-endian support.
Hard drive not recognized If you have a 'Blue&White' G3 or a 'Yikes!' G4 machine and during the installation of 10.04 or 10.10 you get a message asking you to select Ubuntu No Sound Hdmi In the Module section, put a hash mark (#) at the beginning of the line containing "load dri". Even if you are experiencing something listed in the question, the solution may not fully work for you. If the events are reported by more than one input device then report a kernel bug (Ubuntu linux package) because it should only send the event on one device.
To work around this create the following file at /etc/power/event.d/vt_switch case "$1" in suspend) fgconsole > /tmp/saved-fg-console chvt 12 ;; resume) CONSOLE=`cat /tmp/saved-fg-console` rm /tmp/saved-fg-console chvt $CONSOLE ;; esacand make sure https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting Another possible option is to use the old nv driver, which has been recompiled. Ubuntu 14.04 No Sound Highlight the Ubuntu option and press E. Ubuntu 16.04 Sound Not Working If still reproducible, continue troubleshooting.
Some users may also have to pass an ofboot argument to the ybin command. However, it can still be easily installed. wget -O alsa-info.sh http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-info.sh && chmod +x ./alsa-info.sh && ./alsa-info.shPost the full Terminal output after the script has actually run by creating a new question in launchpad then copy&paste the terminal have a peek at these guys Carefully read and understand what they do.
To report errors in this documentation, file a bug. Ubuntu 15.04 No Sound The necessary packages are here. At the yaboot prompt use (for live CD and installed system respectively): live b43.blacklist=yes Linux b43.blacklist=yesThe problem is fixed when you install the firmware.
The quicker solution is to insmod the pata_macio.ko file. I went to BIOS setup and then disabled the "Onboard display" option. ProblemType: Bug DistroRelease: Ubuntu 14.04 Package: gnome-terminal 3.6.2-0ubuntu1 ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu 3.13.0-17.37-generic 3.13.6 Uname: Linux 3.13.0-17-generic x86_64 ApportVersion: 2.13.3-0ubuntu1 Architecture: amd64 CurrentDesktop: GNOME Date: Thu Mar 13 14:14:17 2014 InstallationDate: Installed on Install Alsa Ubuntu Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront?
Then I tried installing Fedora. Disable DRI. So when I checked I noticed that there is an integrated Matrox Graphics driver in the motherboard. (MG 200e). http://admitcore.net/no-sound/ubuntu-usb-audio-not-working.html Now when I opened fedora, it actually started working along with the GPU card and the driver was not installed yet.
It might solve your analog audio output issue. As it turns out, Secure Boot had been set to "Windows" in the BIOS settings. It is a bad solution in most cases. –Pilot6 Aug 29 at 17:53 add a comment| protected by muru Apr 27 at 1:39 Thank you for your interest in this question. I just updated my system a week or so ago and since then I found myself in the "can't log in loop problem" as many people has already described.
Mesa issued false colors in games They appear to be ABGR instead of RGBA, thus green becomes purple, red becomes light blue etc. Using alsa-source Open up a shell: (note: module-assistant is optional, it will compile the package for you) Type sudoapt-getinstallbuild-essentiallinux-headers-$(uname-r)module-assistantalsa-source Type sudodpkg-reconfigurealsa-source You now have a big blue dialog box (left and A workaround is here or you could replace the launcher with an alternative dock or install the 'classic' gnome desktop. Please remember that there are a lot of things that can go wrong, and this is not a guaranteed fix for everything.
Switch to the Guest Account and see if the issue can be reproduced. Checking wireless mice Make sure the mouse is turned on. Might work in other Macs as well. The command should now be printed in the Terminal without errors.
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