Hi. I installed Fedora Silverblue 34 in a single-jack laptop, and I’m having some issues with audio. Specifically, with headset input support; when I first connected a pair of earphones, it just detected the speaker part, but not the microphone. Then, I navigated the web a bit in search of solutions. I found this: Fix Missing Audio Input Device in Ubuntu | Thomas Venturini
Even though the tutorial was geared to Ubuntu, the instructions were universal, so, I gave it a try. After some trial and error to find the correct entry for my sound card (Realtek alc668) on kernel.org, I settled on alc668-headset. The rest of the entries available worked only partially, as they would disable my internal’s laptop mic.
That entry kind of works; it detects an audio input from my earphones (yay!)… but the input it detects is from the output. So, my headset’s speakers are also the microphones (wut). Is there any way to re-route the input to my earphone mic?
An additional issue is that when I connect my earphones, when selecting “Internal Speakers” as an audio output, they don’t work. But I guess this is normal, as Windows (I think) doesn’t allow this kind of behaviour (integrated audio input with external headset mic at the same time).