I switched over from ubuntu and I have an audio issue with my Asus EEE 1001PXB and my Realtek ALC265 soundcard. Basically, sound only comes from the internal speaker, but when I plug in my headphones the sound goes dead on my internal speaker and no sound comes from my headphones. I solved this issue by installing linux-alsa-driver-modules from the ubuntu-audio-dev PPA. I tried to add the modules via command line in terminal after editing my sources.list file and adding the PPA line. It worked fine with chromium install, but fails to find linux-alsa-driver-modules and from the looks of it, it connected fine when I do aptitude update.
Does anyone know how to correct this and get the ball rolling? or is it something I just need to wait out on? It seems to be a rather rare issue as I can find little about this specific problem even when you use existing fixes for similar hardware.
This is the link for the PPA info:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Audio/Installin ... verModules
Here is my PPA link in sources.list
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deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-audio-dev/stable/ubuntu/ lucid main
aptitude search yields nothing. Any advice?