Ubuntu 20.10 beta
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(10-11-2020, 03:20 PM)Wizzard Wrote: Can you just check if you have some real audio device present? If you have something different from null output, it may be your case, some hardware issue.

Under the control panel in sound settings, it does indicate that I have hardware: Built-in Audio stereo output + stereo input. Maybe it is a driver issue?
::tried speakers on manjaro and they work fine. Definitely a driver issue.

(10-07-2020, 12:37 AM)Wizzard Wrote: I think you can just run a command like "sudo apt-get remove ibus*" and it should remove all those packages.

Reinstalled 20.10 and this does not appear to work. Im still getting keyboard mapping issues. What do you have it set to for ANSI keyboard?
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(10-11-2020, 07:35 PM)Mangled Wrote:
(10-11-2020, 03:20 PM)Wizzard Wrote: Can you just check if you have some real audio device present? If you have something different from null output, it may be your case, some hardware issue.

Under the control panel in sound settings, it does indicate that I have hardware: Built-in Audio stereo output + stereo input. Maybe it is a driver issue?
::tried speakers on manjaro and they work fine. Definitely a driver issue.

(10-07-2020, 12:37 AM)Wizzard Wrote: I think you can just run a command like "sudo apt-get remove ibus*" and it should remove all those packages.

Reinstalled 20.10 and this does not appear to work. Im still getting keyboard mapping issues. What do you have it set to for ANSI keyboard?
In the pinebook wiki page, I did manage to find a keyboard mapping file. 
https://gitlab.manjaro.org/manjaro-arm/p...b-kbd.hwdb
I havent had the chance to try it yet but I did find steps on how to install it on Ubuntu os. You can find that here: 
http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/bion...wdb.7.html

For sound I have located the asound file for pinebook pro. You can follow these steps below to install it:
Code:
sudo cp <where the file is saved>/asound.state /var/lib/alsa/asound.state

Code:
sudo alsa force-reload

Code:
alsactl init

Code:
sudo alsactl store --file /var/lib/alsa/asound.state

Code:
sudo alsa force-reload

You can locate the .asound file here: 
https://gitlab.manjaro.org/manjaro-arm/p...ound.state

::I had the time finally to sit down and try the scripts above with no luck for both keyboard and sound. Its funny though the keyboard at login screen works normally. Once booted in it gets scrambled with US keyboard. Does anyone have a solution to both the sound and keyboard fix? Keyboard works fine in the gdm3 login screen. Is there a way to stop keyboard layout from changing once logged in?


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