vbrummond wrote:You can't remove alsa. As far as I know pulseaudio uses alsa.
Edit: So no sound on flash even before pulse? Sometimes flash can 'steal the sound' but I am not sure why it would just not work. There is a script here to get alsa information: http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-info.sh
Alleghenia wrote:I am thinking that somehow my flash browser sound is being pointed to a ghost or non-functioning duplicate sound card. I think the linux kernel probably cannot play on my HDMI channel, and somehow I need to capture all sound and route it to the Analog channel only. Just a guess, and I would have no idea how to proceed. the board won't let me upload screen shots from running "alsamixer -c0" so I'll describe: Info for card0 is displayed as Item s/pdif and has a little sqare in the center with  and [mm] depending on how I toggle with "M" on the keboard. when I press F6 and select HD Audio Generic 1 instead of 0, I get a graphical display with green white and red bars, above the labels, MASTER, HEADPHONE, SPEAKER, PCM. Any suggestions? I looked around to edit asound.conf or .asoundrc and neither are in my /etc folder. Stumped.
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