I adore Fedor. I have been using the OS for more than 7 years. No alternatives. Everything works amazing!
I recently became the proud owner of the latest laptop Yoga Air 14s. One of the distinctive features is a very powerful sound subsystem, consisting of 6(!) speakers.
According to tradition, I installed Fedor 39, kernel 6.5.10 on it.
The system works almost perfectly. There is no sleep mode (the manufacturer promises to fix it in the new BIOS firmware version) and… sound! he’s gone!
I started looking on the Internet for a solution to this problem. I read a lot of discussions on various forums. But I couldn’t find any clear and easy-to-use advice.
- Reddit - Dive into anything - the problem is well described here
- English Community-Lenovo Community and
https://e2e.ti.com/support/audio-group/audio/f/audio-forum/1282089/tas2781-tas2781#pifragment-323187=2- here they solve a similar problem on another laptop model that has 4 speakers
- Reddit - Dive into anything - the solution is described here, but I don’t understand how to apply it and it’s for Ubuntu.
As I understand from the above forums, there may be a solution to problems with sound in the 6.6 kernel version, but how can I check this?
I ask my beloved developers to pay attention to this problem.
I tried to install Fedor Rawhide, it says kernel 6.7 but there is no sound there either.
(the laptop comes with Windows and there is sound and it is incredibly cool, so the problem with the hard drive can be ruled out)
Ready to help with testing or providing additional information.