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Partners Support Community Ubuntu. Microphone does not work after install. Since there is so much community documentation for the Acer Aspire One, the docs have been divided into subpages. I’ve got a dual boot of Linux Pinguy and the wireless works fine – detected by Additional Downloads.
Comment on this change optional. AA1 to be merged Old Qcer. At this point you can use the live system. I’ve tried Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, and Arch, all the same story.
Support will end in April The network device is detected but it does not function.
AspireOneAOD – Community Help Wiki
Submit a new link. If you search the internet, one of the issues that seems to come up a lot, are connectivity issues with the atheros AR if the device driver is loaded, it will just return a prompt.
AAO Model Subpages
Either by left clicking the icon and setting the speed, or by selecting a mode. Gladen 1, 3 13 There is a good possibility that this help page also applies to the A and D models.
This worked even after a few axer and resume cycles. I do not know if mine has the broadcom card that you mentioned, but the broadcom modules come supported in this beautifully preconfigured arch setup. It sets up Ubuntu so you can run Ubuntu and Windows by selecting either when turning the computer on.
14.04.2 LTS (Trusty Tahr)
My wife has been very happy with the Aspire One running XP as a way to take notes at meetings, but lately, it keeps forgetting about its wireless interface. Does this sidebar need an addition or correction? aslire
Needs Updating This article needs updating to include the latest versions of Ubuntu. This main page acts as an index and contains some general information. We were wondering if this is still an issue?
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Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Partners Support Community Ubuntu. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag. The hardware sends left and right channels inverted to each other, ALSA sees the internal mic as a mono device and mixes them. As long as you did, and rebooted then you’ve done everything correctly.
If the output is the file name and ‘0’, the file exists.