Hello, I have been working with EndeavourOS quite a time, but now my laptop got screwed, so I bought a new one Dell G3 3590. Installation was smooth and everything OK, I configured my gnome and everything else, but then I tried to play a tutorial on youtube, and SURPRISE! no sound at all…
I thought it was a BIOS/kernel bug by reading some articles of arch wiki, but today with updated BIOS installed and the new kernel update, the problem still exists.
Can you also post the output of inxi -Fxxxza --no-host? Inxi is an AUR package so yo will have to install it if you don’t already have it. Fortunately endeavourOS comes pre-configured with the AUR helper yay. There are a couple of ways (like so often in linux) to do this.
Use your package manager of choice if you have one installed with AUR support to locate and install the package (inxi).
Use the terminal. This can also be done a few ways. First you can input yay -Ss inxi that will list the inxi related packages. (You want the one that is called inxi). Then input yay -S inxi to install it. Second way and I find easier is to input yay inxi This will also list the inxi related packages but this time each will have a number. Then all you need to do is select the number of the package to install it.
What @Elloquin means is it is best to use full window in the terminal when you run the inxi command. Then copy and paste here in the forum but put three tild (~~~) before and after what you paste. It makes it more readable and you also capture everything as opposed to it being cut off.
Edit: As he stated you can edit the post and just add the three ~~~ before and after.