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I had to add an init.d script to the default run state to save and
restore mixer settings.
rc-update add alsasound default
(I think that's right, I'm no where near my machine at the moment.)
On Wed, 3 Nov 2004 20:40:39 +0100, YANOUSHek <yanoushek@...> wrote:
> On 11:31, Wed 03 Nov 04, Alexandru Totolici wrote:
> > I too have ALSA built into my kernel and for some reason the alsamixer
> > settings don't stick... so at every boot I have to run alsamixer
> > [command prompt] and raise the volumes to desired levels... I assume
> > your might be a similar case, as long as your ALSA configuration
> > doesn't show any errors of any sort.
> I don't have any problems with my soundcard ;) Just at the first boot I
> had to raise the volume levels. To store them (so you won't have to
> raise them all the time) use:
> $ alsactl store
> Hope this helps.
> Janusz Bossy
> gg# 71964
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