- Are you using Fedora with KDE or Gnome? (If I remember correctly, Fedora comes with Gnome as default). I m sure there are sound preferences there as wellMessage 1 of 4 , Oct 6, 2011View SourceAre you using Fedora with KDE or Gnome?
(If I remember correctly, Fedora comes with Gnome as default).
I'm sure there are sound preferences there as well (probably on a similar location).
When I enter my sound services, I can speak and test that the currently selected microphone is indeed working properly.
On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 1:40 PM, Chaim Seymour <chaim.seymour@...> wrote:HiI didn't see anything like that in Fedora, but I don't have an external microphone plugged in at all when the built in microphone works.Anyway, I started working on the Fedora with very little knowledge and there are a number of things which I did, which I am unhappy with and which I would do differently now. I decided to reinstall and then I'll install Skype at a much earlier stage and see if it makes any differenceChaim--On 6 October 2011 13:21, kopolov@... <kopolov@...> wrote:Did you tried to set the built in microphone as the default microphone via the sound settings (in Ubuntu its system -> Preferences -> Sound -> input tag -> select the microphone)
On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 6:38 PM, Chaim <chaim.seymour@...> wrote:
I installed Skype. I am using an HP Pavilion laptop. The Webcam works. If I connect an external microphone, it works. The built in microphone doesn't work.
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