there is an unsupported and deleted chrome OS on an Gemini Lake chromebook now open to UEFI, thx to mr. chromebooks script:
hdaa0: <Intel Gemini Lake Audio Function Group> at nid 1 on hdacc0
pcm0: <Intel Gemini Lake (HDMI/DP 8ch)> at nid 3 on hdaa0
dmesg | grep hda
I’m back on the forum and in the freebsd community, it’s been a while. I sold my Xiaomi for a thinkpad (I stop telling my life).
Sorry if the answer is somewhere, I’m seeking through the forum since yesterday, same for stackoverflow, didn’t find the answer…
I set up FreeBSD 13...
I'm feeling a bit foolish because I had sound working on this machine before, but I'm having issues on reinstall:
updated my default unit from 4 to 5:
confirmed by issuing command
which yields output:
root@mordor:~ # cat /dev/sndstat
I am using plasma 5.18.5 on my FreeBSD desktop. I am having the following issue with my volume slider:
cannot hear audio under 75% and max audio is pretty quiet, how to fix? I am on a laptop (hp probook 450 g1)
Thank you for reading I look forward to your insight
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