Just how can I get my Mic functioning under Debian GNOME?
I lately mounted GNOME onto my Debian internet server (various other PC passed away so I desired a desktop computer).
I'm a complete Linux Desktop newbie, I procured Skype mounted - yet Linux shows up to not like my Mic.
The Mic/ Speakers are on-board, audio speakers function great, yet the mic simply makes a shrill screeching sound.
My inquiry is: Just how should a GNOME newbie deal with repairing this?
If you're fortunate, it's simply responses from the mic setup being so delicate that it's grabbing the result of the audio speakers. To see to it it's not this, plug in some earphones and also pay attention to them when you transform the mic on.
If it's not that - I bear in mind having a comparable trouble a while back and also it ended up the vehicle driver for my soundcard required updating (or else they secured when accessing the mic). Without recognizing your audio card, it's tough to claim where to locate such an upgrade, yet what variation of Debian are you running?