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Ubuntu 14.04 has no sound after a suspend
Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
This has been a problem on 3 different computers running Ubuntu 14.04
since it came out.
After a Suspend, the system comes back up WITHOUT sound of any sort.
One system has a Dell SoundBlaster card. Works great normally.
Another system uses the on-board HDA chipset and it works great.
The third system does the same thing.
Used alsamixer settings, killing pulse audio so it can restart, alsa
force-restart and a lot of Ubuntu forums, Ask Ubuntu and some super
user sites / forums suggested fixes. No luck.
What can be done? I am more than willing to work with a tech and
troubleshoot the systems.
Thanks, Ken Wagner
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