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    ALSA volume resets upon booting (PCM is way too high)


    When i reboot the PCM goes too high.
    if i change the volume levels, when i reboot they change back again.

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    You can use the "alsactl store" command to save the current settings of your mixer. Then, on boot, you run "alsactl restore" to re-read them from the config file. This may not be necessary (the store may make them be restored on boot automatically), but if you need to do it, you can write an init script to restore during boot.

    Good luck.

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