VIA VT82XX - No Sound in 3.0
I did a fresh install of 3.0 and installed the 2.6.26 kernel. After fighting all day to get my ATI card installed, I discover I have no sound. I'm using the onboard HDA VIA VT82xx sound. When I open the "Sound preferneces" and try the test tone in "Sound Events" with it set to "autodetect", receive an error: audiotestsrc wave=sine freq=512 ! audioconvert ! audioresample ! gconfaudiosink: Failed to connect: Connection refused Variations on that mesage for all other sections when set to default. If I set to use ACL660-VD Analog (which I assume is my onboard), I can hear the test tone fine, but no sound anywhere else. Almost everything I found on Google about this problem all point to PulseAudio but so far as I can tell, 64 Studio is fairly clean of that mess, unless I'm missing it. This same system works like a champ under in Hardy and Mint with OSSv4 installed (cause I can't stand PulseAudio). I tried using an old C-Media card I had laying around and I got the same results as the the onboard only with a ton of static (the card might have been bad..I dunno.It was ancient). Main reason I don't install OSSv4 here is 1) I'm not familiar with the rt-kernel to know how that would work and, 2) I don't think JACK and OSSv4 play nice together but I could be wrong on that one. System Specs: Mobo: ECS P4M890T-M CPU: Intel 3.33 Core 2 Duo RAM: 2 gigs GPU: ATI HD 2600xt Hope that helps a bit.