Delivering Clear Sound

One perennial problem for Linux is sound. Sound hardware is quite varied, and as Linux often functions as a server OS, development of audio drivers and their integration into Linux distributions hasn't received the attention of some other hardware types. As a result, getting sound working can often be much tougher than getting other types of hardware working. The good news is that, by digging into a few configuration files, you can often get sound working. In a few cases, though, this isn't enough, and you'll need to locate nonstandard audio drivers or replace the sound card entirely.

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