Fedora core Linux sound card configuration

Q. How do I configure Fedora Linux sound card using GUI and command line tools?

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A. You can use GUI tool called redhat-config-soundcard to configure sound under Fedora or Red Hat enterprise Linux or Cent OS etc.

Just type the following command:
redhat-config-soundcard &

If you didn’t hear any sound use aumix to setup sound volume:
aumix &

Or try GUI tool:
gnome-volume-control &

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4 comments… add one
  • glufcios c-tin Mar 16, 2008 @ 10:21

    i have an realtek 8139 hd in my desktop i install fedora 8 and i have no sound what can i do i try 4 alsaunmute,

    4alsaunmixer,i try to config my soundcard nothing

  • hafidha Jun 19, 2008 @ 11:02

    How do I configure Debian Linux sound card using GUI and command line tools? is it have the same way with configure on fedora? thx.

  • derek mitchell Jul 21, 2009 @ 18:30

    How can I cofiqure sound fo fedora linex,I need step by step or I ‘m lost cheers Derek

  • kishore Dec 16, 2011 @ 5:49

    i have installed fedora 10 recently but am not getting sound from speaker plz help me

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