I guess it is a FLAKY test too. And I checked the log of the 1st regression, it has nothing to do with alsa-lib or libasound2. If it is OK to enqueue the SRU, please enqueue the debdiff of #10 and #11. thx. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu.
Disabling glitch-free mode. I.e. pass tsched=0 to the alsa modules or module-hal-detect; Other problematic drivers: Some drivers block the CPU for too long and inhibit PA from getting scheduled in time. (Particularly problematic are closed sources drivers -- hey Ubuntu that means you! nvidia/ndis. latencytop might be useful)
The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) provides kernel driven sound card drivers. It replaces the original Open Sound System (OSS). Besides the sound device drivers, ALSA also bundles a user space driven library for application developers. They can then use those ALSA drivers for high level API development.
I am using an old laptop as a dvd player, so I want the sound to always play via HDMI, but whenever I suspend the sound switches back to the internal speakers. I can change the sound back to HDMI w...
Interim Ubuntu 17.04 ISO with mainline v4.12-rc7 kernel, RTL8723BS and Broadcom Wifi/BT firmware, UCM audio files and full 32-bit bootloader support Update : This work is superseded by my ' isorespin.sh ' script which can respin an official ISO suitable for use on Intel Atom devices.
Aug 21, 2019 · After that, upgrading to Ubuntu 18.04 is a matter of clicks. Even if Ubuntu 16.04 was Unity, you can still upgrade to Ubuntu 18.04 GNOME. What does upgrading to Ubuntu 18.04 mean? Will I lose my data? If you are using Ubuntu 17.10 or Ubuntu 16.04, sooner or later, Ubuntu will notify you that Ubuntu 18.04 is available.
Dec 09, 2019 · Fixing no sound in Ubuntu when HDMI is set as default. Now to force Ubuntu to use analog output instead of HDMI by default, we need a little information. Open a terminal and use the following command: aplay -l. This will list the devices, card number etc. Note down the card and device number for analog output. For me the output was like this: