I have installed Fedora 36 on my new computer, but I have a problem with my audio. When I plug in my headset, it won’t be detected. It only works via the external soundcard of the headset. No headphones work through the built-in headphone-jack at all. Can someone tell me what I have to check or to change in order to make the system detect devices plugged into the internal soundcard?
Play with the Configuration-tab in pavucontrol-app (upper right), (and turn your volume low, please) to select the correct output that works. Additonally, you may afterwards have to adjust the correct output in pavucontrol’s Output-tab.
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Isn’t pavucontrol for PulseAudio? As far as I know Fedora 36 uses PipeWire by default and I didn’t change anything. Please correct me, if I’m wrong.
pavucontrol still works with pipewire. I use it. Pipewire handles the pulseaudio protocol.
So, it detects two devices: “USB Audio Analog Stereo” and “GA104 High Definition Audio Controller Digital Stereo (HDMI 2)”. I don’t think it’s “USB Audio Analog Stereo” and I connected the headphones to the integrated headphone jack of my sound card and not via HDMI or something like that. It seems like PipeWire doesn’t detect the internal headphone jack.
Someone created a file here with this command:
sudo touch /etc/modprobe.d/audio-jack.conf
With this content:
options snd_hda_intel model=headset-mode
saved it, and audio jack appears to be working after reboot.
I tried this, but it didn’t work.