hardware adjustment

hardware adjustment

Postby Maroman » 08 Jan 2014, 06:21

Fn keys do not work for sound in/decreasing. Action is seen on the screen, but sound is exactly the same. Keys work for other hardware adjustments except sound.
At the same laptop (asus u32u) I use debian sid distro and hardware sound adjustment works fine.
is there any solution?

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this same situation with PL3.
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Re: hardware adjustment

Postby Pry » 08 Jan 2014, 10:07

Hello, Marek!
I'm investigating. Do you have this problem in both versions (2.2 and 3.0b1) or in 3.0b1 only?
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Re: hardware adjustment

Postby Maroman » 08 Jan 2014, 10:30

Hi Peter, both. I permanently installed PL2.2 (standard kernel) and used LiveCD PL3.0b. there is probably no hardware issue (I'm very careful since I have a lot of non-compatibility problems with my laptop - wifi and sound card). I tried with semplice (it's debian sid) installed. it works. no problems.

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Re: hardware adjustment

Postby Pry » 08 Jan 2014, 11:41

Well, as we know sid is not jessie or wheezy. Yet Semplice uses the OpenBox DE so I think comparison is not correct as it clearly can be a MATE bug.
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Re: hardware adjustment

Postby Maroman » 08 Jan 2014, 13:56

Pry wrote:it clearly can be a MATE bug.

I've tried crunchbang. doesn't work. Your hypothesis (I'm afraid) is not true. Think is more general problem. Missing Debian package?

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Re: hardware adjustment

Postby Pry » 08 Jan 2014, 14:03

Crunchbang is Wheezy as far as I can remember. On the other hand it certainly can be a missing package.

UPDATE: I've tested it on my good old eMachines N214 with PL 3.0b1 installed. Everything works smooth and by the numbers.

I can recommend you booting the LiveUSB. You'll see if it works out of the box. It's a driver problem if it doesn't.

UPDATE2: Booted PL 2.2 LiveUSB on the same netbook. Again, all the Fn keys work like charm.
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Re: hardware adjustment

Postby Maroman » 08 Jan 2014, 15:03

thx a lot for your help. but finally it's my laptop :evil: I guess. it took me half a year to solve major problems (and I haven't solve minor ones yet). but the good think is I've found Point.

(obviously the problem exists with PL 2.2 live CD).

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Re: hardware adjustment

Postby Pry » 08 Jan 2014, 15:05

Maroman wrote:(obviously the problem exists with PL 2.2 live CD).

What problem? As I wrote I've tested it on my netbook, and it worked fine on PL 2.2 as well.
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