Sound not working on any Linux distro with Zenbook 14 OLED

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Yup i tried it, didn't work. Using an external speaker until this issue gets fixed. Very frustrating
 


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Yup i tried it, didn't work. Using an external speaker until this issue gets fixed. Very frustrating
Thanks!
Well I guess I'll do the same...
The problem with Linux on laptops.. It's that I just distro hop until I found one where everything works..
Then I reinstall properly said distro before actually using it..
Anyway...
 

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Anyone know how to make a .deb package to install this recent kernel update? after installing it crashes when I reboot and apparently I should make through a .deb package in Ubuntu 22.10

My machine is an ASUS Zenbook UX3402z
 

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Anyone know how to make a .deb package to install this recent kernel update?

From what I can tell, your question hasn't really got anything to do with the existing thread.

You should start your own thread, perhaps in the Ubuntu sub-forum.
 

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You could try the XanMod Kernel - https://xanmod.org/
I run it on my machines latest main kernel is 6.1.7
Did this fix the issue, though? Potentially related, sound issues with other Asus laptops have been fixed by setting a few variables using alsa-tools, as seen here, though the commands you have to run vary from model to model. Perhaps there exists a similar set for the Q409ZA?
 
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Did this fix the issue, though? Potentially related, sound issues with other Asus laptops have been fixed by setting a few variables using alsa-tools, as seen here, though the commands you have to run vary from model to model. Perhaps there exists a similar set for the Q409ZA?
The thread you are looking is manipulating files for the kernel at that time 5.7 which in turn was fixed in a later kernel 5.9 I believe at that time - this problem is supposedly fixed in kernel 6.1 - whether it is or not I do not know since I do not have this Asus machine, but only a suggestion for someone to try it who has this machine

My Expirion Linux KDE Plasma is running kernel XanMod 6.1.5 - which you can get here - https://sourceforge.net/projects/expirion-linux/files/
Make a live USB and see if you machine has sound about 2.6GBs in size for the ISO
 

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Hola alguien a conseguido algo?, he probado mil opciones y no hay forma de hacerlos funcionar yo uso debian 11 kernel 6.1.0 y aun no e obtenido ninguna solución
 

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Hola alguien a conseguido algo?, he probado mil opciones y no hay forma de hacerlos funcionar yo uso debian 11 kernel 6.1.0 y aun no e obtenido ninguna solución

Please use a translator. This is an English-only site, as we don't have the resources to translate all the comments.
 

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Hi! someone had managed to make it work? i am currently in a zenbook 14 oled. Tried AlmaLinux, Ubuntu, Fedora and the speakers don't work. The last thing i tried, was installing the mainline kernel for Fedora. (6.2.0 RC5) but with no success... I dont know what to do, i dont want to use windows
 

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with linux installed, first check it is not muted in settings, if ok then
try disconnecting from mains power , switch on and boot up, then press and hold the power button down for 60 seconds and re-boot [this occasionally will fix recognition problems]
 

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with linux installed, first check it is not muted in settings, if ok then
try disconnecting from mains power , switch on and boot up, then press and hold the power button down for 60 seconds and re-boot [this occasionally will fix recognition problems]
tried that, but no success. i think is a kernel problem, with alder lake drivers or something like that.

Found a bug report, but no fix yet
 
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