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Suse 9.2. Can anyone tell me how to reset the volume control to a level where it stays where I set it after a reboot! I've tried all the mixers, ...
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    Volume control


    Suse 9.2.

    Can anyone tell me how to reset the volume control to a level where it stays where I set it after a reboot! I've tried all the mixers, logged in as root, set the volume to 93%. Next time I boot up its gone back to 67% again - it's driving me insane!!!

    I must be missing something

    Thanks

    Andy

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    Are you using oss or alsa, and also, just to be sure, did you use alsamixer?

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    I'm not actually sure!

    In control centre under sound system it is set to "Autodetect" - OSS and ALSA are there as other options.

    Have used QAMix, KMix and alsamixerGUI - just tried again using alsamixerGUI, rebooted and level back at 67%

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    i use alsa on gentoo and this worked for me.

    Code:
    alsamixer
    or
    amixer set Master 100% unmute
    amixer set PCM 100% unmute
    amixer set Center 100% unmute
    amixer set Surround 100% unmute
    amixer set Headphone 100% unmute
    good luck with that.

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    This might apply..
    here
    If (exoskeleton || (green && wiggles)) eat_it();

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    Thanks guys - will check these out - tomorrow, I must go to bed!

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    You can also use the alsactl store and restore commands.

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