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Old 20th July 2012, 08:00 PM
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F17 no more microphone record in Skype and Linphone

Hi,
Sound settings with pulse/alsa/whatever is, once more, leaving me speechless

In Skype and Linphone: I can't record audio anymore (Internal mic/input line: nothing's working) ... yet my setup was working like a charm this morning (a few hours ago that is, and I did not reboot or update my laptop in the meantime) !

But wait, there is even more : I can still record from both audio sources with no problem in Chrome, Audacity or Cheese.

my setup : Fedora 17 x64 , skype 4.0

Voila. Any help would be appreciated; I'm quite lost, and cannot find relevant information to my problem

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