No sound card detected on Acer Chromebook Spin 13 running Lubuntu with an Ubuntu version of 19.10

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I’m using chrx to dual boot Chromeos with Linux on an Acer Spin 13 chromebook and it works great! Except that unless I use usb or bluetooth the audio doesn’t work which is really troubling, I’ve gone to many threads trying to fix the problem and so far none of the solutions have worked.
I’m just starting to get into Linux stuff and don’t really have any experience with it, or the command line.
This thread looked like it’d work to fix my audio, and I think the top response looked really good, and when I attempted to run “alsactl init” it said “No soundcards found” which checks out with previous information. The “alsamixer” command doesn’t function and it says “cannot open mixer: No such file or directory”. I’m not exactly sure what to do next to get sound working properly.
I feel like I’m missing something or it’s obvious it won’t work for me because of something, but I don’t know what to do from here, got any ideas?

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