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    KDE Volume?


    Is there a volume manager or sound mixer that KDE has that lists off everything, AlsaMixer does not affect anything.

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    try kmixer that lists input,output etc

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    i cannot find the rpm for it anywhere. Google is not giving me anything. Do you know anyplace i can download it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipjargendy
    i cannot find the rpm for it anywhere. Google is not giving me anything. Do you know anyplace i can download it?
    It should already be installed.
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    Just open a Konsole and type kmix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltaflyer
    try kmixer that lists input,output etc

    andy

    Ok thanks, i was trying to run "kmixer" as quoted above. It works, thank you much!

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    Do you mean kmixer works? Or kmix as I said? I tried kmixer and it didn't do jack, just said the command couldn't be found.

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