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It happened once with Fedora 9, I upgraded to 10, and now it's happened again. I assume it's the automatic update, because I haven't changed anything else - suddenly no sound. This is kernel 220.127.116.11-170.2.5.fc10.x86_64. If I go back to 18.104.22.168-117.fc10.x86_64, the sound is back again. I'm sure I'm missing something obvious, but would really appreciate some help.
/sbin/alsa reload is a command to be typed in a terminal.
Open a terminal window and type 'su -' without the quotes to become root.
Type in the root password when prompted.
Type in '/sbin/alsa reload' without the quotes to restart the alsa program.
Others have also had this problem. If the reload doesn't help you can boot with the old kernal until a fix comes along.
I don't have /sbin/alsa, all that seems close is /sbin/alsactl, and reload doesn't work with that. I guess I'll stick to the older kernel, but should I refuse updates, and how will I know when a fix comes along?
Sorry to spout so many questions. Good to know I'm not alone - well, good to know I'm not an only dumb one, and that others get this too.