No sound with Thinkpad X60
gmx at ross.cx
Fri Mar 15 23:17:38 UTC 2013
On Sat, 16 Mar 2013 00:28:27 +0100, Peter Harrison
<four.harrisons at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Friday, 15 March 2013 at 18:48:24 +0100, Michael Ross said:
>> On Thu, 14 Mar 2013 23:59:09 +0100, Peter Harrison
>> <four.harrisons at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi list,
>> > I've a problem with sound on a Thinkpad X60, which has an Intel HDA
>> > This is what I see in dmesg:
>> > hdac0: <Intel 82801G HDA Controller> mem 0xee240000-0xee243fff irq 17
>> > device 27.0 on pci0
>> > hdacc0: <Analog Devices AD1981HD HDA CODEC> at cad 0 on hdac0
>> > hdaa0: <Analog Devices AD1981HD Audio Function Group> at nid 1 on
>> > pcm0: <Analog Devices AD1981HD (Analog)> at nid 5 and 25,8 on hdaa0
>> > hdacc1: <Conexant (0x2bfa) HDA CODEC> at cad 1 on hdac0
>> > unknown: <Conexant (0x2bfa) HDA CODEC Modem Function Group> at nid 2
>> > hdacc1 (no driver attached)
>> > and from sndstat:
>> > FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm: 32bit 2009061500/i386)
>> > Installed devices:
>> > pcm0: <Analog Devices AD1981HD (Analog)> (play/rec) default
>> > and from mixer:
>> > Mixer vol is currently set to 100:100
>> > Mixer pcm is currently set to 100:100
>> > Mixer speaker is currently set to 100:100
>> > Mixer cd is currently set to 1:1
>> > Mixer rec is currently set to 1:1
>> > Mixer igain is currently set to 42:42
>> > Mixer ogain is currently set to 100:100
>> > Mixer monitor is currently set to 67:67
>> > Recording source: cd
>> > But I have no sound. This is using Gnome 2.32 on 9.1-R. I did
>> > accidentally install Pulseaudio, but have subsequently deleted it and
>> > reinstalled everything that depended on it without the Pulseaudio
>> > dependency.
>> > Any thoughts on what I'm doing wrong?
>> > Thanks in advance.
>> Possibly not helping a lot:
>> I have a T510 thinkpad with Intel HDA audio, running Windows 7.
>> I need to have the audio driver *and* the modem driver installed for any
>> sound to work.
>> So possibly the modem part has to be initialised or something.
>> You have "no driver attached" on your modem, so maybe that's worth
>> You could also try if sound works from a terminal without running Gnome
>> just to be sure it's not some Gnome configuration thing.
> Thanks Michael.
> Tried turning gnome off. Still no sound from the console. Is there a
> FreeBSD kernel module for the modem?
But stepping back, do you have snd_hda loaded?
( Silly me, should have been the first question. )
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