Hi, all I followed the arch way cli way to install my Manjaro. I followed everything to point. @linux-aarhus used his cli guide. My system is configured overclocked and snappy as hell. but the problem is I have sound so I did not notice this problem earlier. I used manajro mhwd to install all drivers. The sound card driver alsa is not integrated with gnome. Gnome sound control does not work. Except for that everything is in order. Can anyone help?
That could be the solution. I will implement it and update you. I have pipewire-media-session instead of wireplumber.
I disabled the service with systemctl and uninstalled it and now installed wireplumber. but I still have sound but gnome does not recognize that I have sound. maybe some of the config files did not get created.
Sound card drivers are integrated into ALSA; which is integrated into Linux kernel
Most ALSA packages are shown as installed:
But missing alsa-utils that provides commands to manage or diagnose ALSA. Even if ALSA is working flawlessly (as it usually does) user would still want to use alsamixer or amixer to adjust settings to personal preference at least one time
PulseAudio packages for audio playback to ALSA and Bluetooth are shown as installed:
Package jack2 is shown as installed so you may want to consider installing pulseaudio-jack for JACK support in PulseAudio
Only 2 PipeWire packages are shown as installed:
pipewire-media-session is not shown as installed
I suggest you check drivers and audio servers
If response shows both PulseAudio and PipeWire are running
Could you give a little more background about your problem? Did you use the CLI installation method or calamares? For me I once i followed the instructions and reinstalled the drivers it started working after a reboot.
The issue I now have is the master audio is not syncing all my app and system volume levels together to the master one. Adjusting the system volume does nothing unless I turn it down to 0 but is stuck at 100% but I can adjust the app volumes individually in gnome
Manjaro does not have etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf installed by default like some other distributions. But there is a partially working model option in place so user probably created a .conf file for it
Package pipewire-alsa creates ALSA configuration file /etc/alsa/conf.d/99-pipewire-default.conf to set PipeWire as default sound server in ALSA
Manjaro users should not need to create an ~/.asoundrc configuration to replace default ALSA configuration