I have a small problem with getting sound to come through my headphone jack with Fedora 13. I switched to Fedora 13 from uBuntu and I had the same problem on uBuntu. I fixed the problem, but I don't remember exactly how.. I think it was something to do with editing the alsa audio conf file, but the file is named differently in Fedora. The sound works fine from the internal speakers, but when I plug in the headphones I get nothing.
Anyways, I'm on an Asus EEE 1005HA using Fedora 13 32bit.
Thanks in advance...
---------- Post added at 02:01 PM CDT ---------- Previous post was at 09:47 AM CDT ----------
Alright, I followed slipseed2k's guide to fix PulseAudio as best as I could (gst-mixer is no longer available through yum) and still the same problem.
I am getting sound through my computer's speakers, but nothing through the headphone jack...
I really like Fedora and would like to stick with it... don't make me go back to uBuntu
My soundcard is Realtek ALC265
and once again im running Fedora 32bit on a Asus EEE 1005HA
---------- Post added at 02:46 PM CDT ---------- Previous post was at 02:01 PM CDT ----------
Still working on it... nothing. Tried editing alsa-base.conf in modprobe.d but there is no such thing, only dist-alsa.conf and I added the line "options snd-hda-intel model=auto" in there and it didn't work either.
---------- Post added at 04:24 PM CDT ---------- Previous post was at 02:46 PM CDT ----------
So I hit a brick wall, but I did remember what my work around was for uBuntu...
You have to set a repository at ubuntu... is it possible to do it in Fedora and would it even work?
or is there a Linux Alsa Driver Modules for Fedora?