Fedora Distro Upgrade broke ALSA
Getting sound to work in Linux has been nearly impossible since I upgraded from Ubuntu Jaunty to Karmic. I finally had it working for about 6 months in Fedora 12, then I upgraded to 14. </rant>
When I install pulse, I can hear the login sound on KDE, and the KDE error sounds, and that's it. I can't even hear sounds from the test button in the Phonon settings. With ALSA alone, I get absolutely nothing. I've already been through this which was minimal help.
I'm out of gas. Help, please?
Here's the output from alsa-info:
Okay, I think I got it fixed now. For one, the alsa-drivers package was not installed (Why? IDFK), so I did that.
Then, copy-pasta'd from http://fedoraunity.org/Members/fenri...nd-workarounds (See under "To Completely Remove PulseAudio") into ~/.asoundrc
EDIT: Also, go into Phonon settings and make GStreamer the default backend, and "default" and the default device for everything.
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