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Old 16th October 2009, 02:39 PM
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Lightbulb Alsa config problem solved (after 3 years)

We bought a new computer and installed Fedora. I don't remember which release. I tried to configure the sound with the alsamixergui. No microphone detection, no matter what I did. I gave up.

I was encouraged to try again. This time I used alsamixer (not gui). There was a microphone selection option which I changed from 1 to 2 and voila, it worked.

Why didn't I see that before? I went back to alsamixergui and found the microphone selection option, but I couldn't see the setting, nor could I change its setting.

I sure hope this little bit of information helps somebody else.

Last edited by alake; 16th October 2009 at 02:42 PM.
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