[pulseaudio-discuss] sink port unavailable even though it shouldn't be
david.henningsson at canonical.com
Fri Dec 7 06:34:57 PST 2012
On 12/07/2012 03:20 PM, Sven Köhler wrote:
> I have googled for a while and found nothing.
> My Realtek ALC262 does not seem to detect that something is plugged into
> the rear headphones connector. Sound is playing through the internal
> speaker (it's a deaktop PC) and the headphones. list-sinks shows the
>> analog-output-speaker: Speakers (priority 10000, available: unknown)
>> analog-output-headphones: Analoge Kopfhörer (priority 9000, available: no)
>> active port: <analog-output-speaker>
> When I set the active port to analog-output-headphones, everything works
> as it should. No sound through the internal speaker.
> But still, in gnome and elsewhere, the port is not listed. In fact, the
> port remains unavailable, even though I set it as the active port.
> So how can I configure pulseaudio, such that it always thinks that
> analog-output-headphones is always available? Or is that something that
> must be done at kernel driver level?
It's likely a kernel bug, but you can work around it by editing
commenting out the Jack section(s).
But let me ask you - do you have working automute, i e, that the
headphones cause the speaker to mute? If so the driver probably
recognises the plug event somehow...
David Henningsson, Canonical Ltd.
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