Re: no sound on Lenovo Ideapad 110
- Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2017 13:03:34 +0000 (UTC)
- From: davidson <davidson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: no sound on Lenovo Ideapad 110
On Mon, 25 Sep 2017, Pierre Frenkiel wrote:
On Mon, 25 Sep 2017, Alexander V. Makartsev wrote:
Probably some ALSA module or codec firmware is missing.
Look for errors in syslog and provide some information about what sound
codec is onboard your laptop mobo:
$ sudo journalctl -b
Use "/" key to search for a string. Ex:
the / is used in a lot of cases (editors, web browser,...)
I don't understand what search key you are talking of.
You probably redirected the output of journactl.
By default journalctl sends its output to a pager. Most likely that
pager is of the less/more variety. And in such pagers, "/" is a
search-forward-from-point command, adhering to the convention you have
Also, 'more' or 'less' behave like 'cat' when you redirect their
output to something not a terminal (like to a file, or when it's piped
to 'grep', etc).
That last bit probably has something to do with this:
| If standard output is not a terminal device, all input files shall
| be copied to standard output in their entirety, without
| modification, except as specified for the -s option.
Anyways, when the pager behaves like 'cat', the search functionality
will be absent, obviously.
1. There's a punchline here about herding felines, but I'm not clever
enough to make it work.