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user|75Hi my positivo duo q 432A not working, stopped at startup screen where does the kubuntu logo appear00:40
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mybalzitchfixed, still broken, thrown out the window? we'll never know02:59
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IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Any command to restore all audio settings back to default??10:18
user|2Hi Nick, shot question?11:39
user|2Kubuntu and 32 bit Atom n270, 1 GB RAM / should it work?11:40
mparilloI predict pain.12:36
user|65Hello guys, I have a question regarding geforce rtx 3060. Currently I have kubuntu 22.04 and on my acer nitro 5 laptop with has rtx 3060mobile (as a laptop) gpu i am trying to connect to external display with hdmi, however no video signal error appears, any ideas?12:45
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skirI saw other having the same issue:12:59
skirhttps://askubuntu.com/questions/1403882/since-upgrading-acer-laptop-to-22-04-external-moniter-is-not-recognized/1405762#140576212:59
skirhttps://askubuntu.com/questions/1421022/ubuntu-22-04-external-monitor-getting-no-input-from-laptop13:00
BluesKajHi all13:09
skirHey!13:09
skirI have a question regarding geforce rtx 3060. Currently I have kubuntu 22.04 and on my acer nitro 5 laptop with has rtx 3060mobile (as a laptop) gpu i am trying to connect to external display with hdmi, however no video signal error appears, any ideas?13:27
BluesKajskir, run xrandr in the terminal to check if the monitor is listed14:01
skirnop, not listed14:01
skiri tried that using manjaro, kubuntu, ubuntu etc ;D14:01
BluesKajcheck this out, never used it myself but it might help in your case https://kfocus.org/wf/displays.html14:06
skirthank you!14:06
BluesKajthank me if it works :-)14:07
skirin the display settings, i can not find external monitor14:08
skirand my external monitor does not show any indicators that it's been connected to pc14:08
skiri was thinking this is issue due to rtx 3060 gpu14:08
skirand nvidia closed drivers14:09
RikMillsmy focus has a RTX 3060 and the HDMI -> external monitor works, but only with Nvidia14:09
skirhmm interesting14:09
BluesKajdoes nvidia still supply a  gui/settings?14:09
skiris your rtx 3060 stationary or laptop?14:09
RikMillslaptop14:10
skiri am not sure about gui14:10
skirgotcha RikMills14:10
skirperhaps do you have acer nitro 5?14:10
RikMillsskir: nope. by focus I mean I have this: https://kfocus.org/spec/spec-m2.html14:10
skiralso, i am thinking about buying extra 1tb ssd to boost only kubuntu.14:11
skirokay, got it.14:11
skirgotta go, see u later!14:11
skirthanks for the help14:11
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> On my Lenovo Legion laptop, the HDMI port is tied directly discrete graphics card and does not work unless On-demand or NVidia (Performance Mode) PRIME profiles are selected (NVidia Setting menu or prime-select from command line).14:22
RikMillssame14:23
Eickmeyer[m]@DarinMiller RikMills : That means that your Nvidia chipset "owns" your HDMI ports and your intel graphics cannot access the hdmi ports alone.14:29
Eickmeyer[m]Imagine in a desktop computer the HDMI ports on a Nvidia PCI card vs the ones on the mainboard. The mainboard ones would be your integrated graphics, while your PCI ones would be your Nvidia ones.14:30
Eickmeyer[m]Similar situation.14:30
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Correct, but in my case the integrated graphics are AMD. 😊14:30
Eickmeyer[m]@DarinMiller Yeah, semantics. :)14:31
BluesKajno more nvidia added graphics here. the intel onboard graphics work great on my HDMI connected large screen tv14:33
BluesKajactually display port to HDMI adapter cable :-)14:35
Eickmeyer[m]BluesKaj: There's good reason for having Nvidia graphics, not only for gaming performance, but also for deep machine learning and for artificial intelligence-based workflows. That's something that intel CPUs with integrated graphics can't do efficiently on their own.14:36
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Been asking for help on my headphone port not recognizing, and I'm pretty sure it's a driver problem.14:36
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> I'll be really grateful if one can assist me on this, I've tried so many options14:36
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> I'm running kubuntu 22.0414:36
BluesKajEickmeyer[m], no kidding, but I'm a user not on the job or a dev so...14:37
Eickmeyer[m]BluesKaj: Right, but there's a lot of detractors. :)14:38
Eickmeyer[m]@PJTunes: Have you tried other channels for help? If you open Konversation and type "/join #ubuntu" they might be able to help too. It's likely not a driver problem.14:38
Eickmeyer[m]@PJtunes: The reason I say this is because if you're not getting an answer it's because nobody in here likely knows the answer.14:40
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Ok I'll check this (re @IrcsomeBot: <Eickmeyer[m]> @PJTunes: Have you tried other channels for help? If you open Konversation and type "/join #ubuntu" they might be able to help too. It's likely not a driver problem.)14:41
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Oh yh14:41
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Alright I understand (re @IrcsomeBot: <Eickmeyer[m]> @PJtunes: The reason I say this is because if you're not getting an answer it's because nobody in here likely knows the answer.)14:41
BluesKaj@PJtunes, which audio chip?14:41
oerheksjoining #ubuntu means you need to use a normal irc client14:44
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> PulseAudio14:44
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Headphone device (re @IrcsomeBot: <BluesKaj> @PJtunes, which audio chip?)14:44
BluesKajpulse is an app, run aplay -l in the terminal for playback device(s)14:46
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> To enable sound on my Lenovo Laptop, I had to use a 5.18 kernel (or newer) and the pipewire ppa with wireplumber. Directions here: https://pipewire-debian.github.io/pipewire-debian/ (re @PJtunes: Been asking for help on my headphone port not recognizing, and I'm pretty sure it's a driver problem.14:46
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> I'll be really grateful if one can assist me on this, I've tried so many options14:46
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> I'm running kubuntu 22.04)14:46
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Okay (re @IrcsomeBot: <BluesKaj> pulse is an app, run aplay -l in the terminal for playback device(s))14:48
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Okay thanks (re @DarinMiller: To enable sound on my Lenovo Laptop, I had to use a 5.18 kernel (or newer) and the pipewire ppa with wireplumber. Directions here: https://pipewire-debian.github.io/pipewire-debian/)14:49
BluesKajgawd that damn telegram is annoying..all that repitition14:50
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Oh mine? (re @IrcsomeBot: <BluesKaj> gawd that damn telegram is annoying..all that repitition)14:51
BluesKajwish telegram users would use a real irc client14:52
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Command not found (re @IrcsomeBot: <BluesKaj> pulse is an app, run aplay -l in the terminal for playback device(s))14:54
BluesKajaplay -l14:55
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> I got this response14:58
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Playback:3431 (re @IrcsomeBot: <BluesKaj> aplay -l)14:58
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> :you need to specify 1 files14:58
DarinMilleruse lowercase "L" in aplay -l15:00
BluesKajthanks DarinMiller, I suspected that :-)15:01
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Ok15:02
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Now showing list of playback hardware devices15:02
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Thanks (re @IrcsomeBot: <DarinMiller> use lowercase "L" in aplay -l)15:03
BluesKaj@PJtunes, look for the analog device15:03
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Sorry but it isn't displaying any (re @IrcsomeBot: <BluesKaj> @PJtunes, look for the analog device)15:07
BluesKajnothing?15:12
oerheksmaybe share us the laptop moder, and lspci output for your sound device? in a pastebin15:13
oerheksc/moddel15:13
BluesKajwaqs going to suggest copy and paste here using the command, sudo lshw -C sound15:17
BluesKajhere, https://bpa.st/15:17
IrcsomeBot<PJtunes> Okay15:18
BluesKaj@PJtunes, I have to leave you in the helpful hands of DarinMiller and oerheks ... later15:42

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