As far as i know pipe wire has been replaced in fedora 35 with wire plumber
I think maybe wire plumber having issues starting or it haven’t installed while installing os that is the reason you are facing audio issue
After swapping back to wireplumber from pipewire-media-session I am still not able to get any sound.
The pavucontrol however show two output devices HDMI / DisplayPort 1 (unplugged) and HDMI / DisplayPort 2 (iunplugged). I am also not able to choose any other sound options from the drops downs withing pavucontrol. In the Gnome > Settings > Sound no inoput or output options are still available for selection.
Yes maybe this is true but still i will suggest please try some arch base os like garuda or endeavour and ubuntu base something just make a live boot and fedora too if that problem is still there no sound then it is evident that this is a kernel bug and give a it a post in bugzilla.
And sorry that i could not help you.
Bummer, I have already made a live boot of Fedora 35, Ubuntu 21.10, Ubuntu 20.10, Elementary OS 6, and some other distros (it’s all a blurr by now).
First time ever installing Fedora and I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by the system, seemed like a stable and cohesive experience that I could use to actually get some work done. Sadly this is Linux on the Desktop and there is always something that does not work for me
According to your recommendations I will try some of the Arch-based distros, if thats a no-go I guess I have to head to the Apple store and pick up a new M1
Thanks everyone for lending me your time and brainpower, I wish you an awesome day!