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Old 13th June 2009, 04:23 AM
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from my opinion, the pulsaudio needs engineers spend time on it to make it better.

Compare with windows, just the audio stop me to make Linux as my family OP. The video driver is a lot better than before ,special NVIDIA's driver. But the audio, it is so....

I hope more audio engineers join in the Linux project.

I am a developer in Linux, so, I love it and I hate it too. But we don't give up.
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Old 16th June 2009, 05:32 AM
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I installed fc11 on my laptop HP dv6500. Everything works fine, except the mic.

Does any one have the same problem? How to fix it?

I hope the skype can work on fc11.
Perhaps you only need to change the audio input option here:
System - Preferences - Advanced Volume Control

Select your hardware Device (mine was HDA Intel (Alsa mixer)) and then click Preferences and check the Input Source option(s). Then click the Options tab and enable the input you want. Then set the volume levels according to what you want.

I also did a little write up on how I got Skype working in Fedora 11 32-bit.
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