Did install the 2 packages, rebooted my computer and did the 2 previous commands
Here is the output from journalctl -f when i run :
sudo rmmod snd_sof_pci && sudo modprobe snd_sof_pci
still no input or output device detected btw
I’m not seeing in the logs that you ran
sudo modprobe snd_sof_pci.
However I launched the command, here are the logs if I launch each command separately without the &&.
[florian@florian-20s6cto1ww ~]$ sudo rmmod snd_sof_pci
[florian@florian-20s6cto1ww ~]$ sudo modprobe snd_sof_pci
sept. 05 17:06:45 florian-20s6cto1ww kernel: INFO: task rmmod:3048 blocked for more than 368 seconds
That’s not good. Can you reboot and send the output of
sudo dmesg | egrep -i '(sof|snd)'?
Sorry I had to go !
Here are the logs
lspci -k :
pa -info :
sudo dmesg | egrep -i ‘(sof|snd)’ :
EDIT : IT WORKS ! I had to do pulseaudio --start then pulseaudio -k THANKS A LOT
Glad to hear it. Please mark one comment as solution so that people coming here immediately know what’s up.
Here is the steps that solved my problem for T15 Lenovo on manjaro KDE
Install 5.8 Kernel
mhwd-kernel -i linux58
Check your kernel version it should be 5.8 at least
Currently running: 5.8.3-2-MANJARO (linux58)
The following kernels are installed in your system:
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/pulseaudio-git
Install missing firmware and conf
sudo pacman -S sof-firmware alsa-ucm-conf
Reboot (yes again and i don’t know if it’s necessary but do it anyway)
Start pulseaudio then kill it then start it again (weird but thats what fixed the problem for me after following the previous steps)
And voila !
Full credits goes to pobrn and bogdancovaciu for the solution
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