rdege at cse.Buffalo.EDU
Fri Jun 6 18:51:02 EDT 2003
That file "should" get read by the alsa init.d script upon boot. Perhaps
with Mandrake, they use a different file. Check out /etc/init.d/alsasound
& grep for alsactl. There should be a line like:
# alsactl -f $FILE_HERE restore
> Rob, tried that command to no avail,
> it refuses to keep the settings. When I cat the file
> /etc/asound.state all the settings appear to be
> correct. I think that it isn't loading. Is it supposed
> to load as part of the alsa module?
> --- Robert Dege <rdege at cse.Buffalo.EDU> wrote:
> > By default, alsa installs the sound modules with
> > mute enabled. After you
> > make the proper adjustments to vol/muting/etc. Do
> > this:
> > # alsactl -f /etc/asound.state store
> > The next time you reboot, it will remember your
> > previous settings.
> > -Rob
> > > why why? Also, when I reboot it automatically
> > resets
> > > the alsamixer to mute. Not a huge problem, since I
> > > only need to reboot once a month do something in
> > > windows. It just
> > > drives me nuts, because I don't have the answer.
> > Any
> > > ideas?
> > Dege
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