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maybe try amixer here's one site that may help with amixer, but i'm sure there are many: http://www.dsl.org/cookbook/cookbook_27.html#SEC378 also, read man amixer ....
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    maybe try amixer

    here's one site that may help with amixer, but i'm sure there are many: http://www.dsl.org/cookbook/cookbook_27.html#SEC378 also, read man amixer.

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    Is there any way you can get hold of another sound card? My first sound card just simply didn't work with Slack 9.1 and was real quiet. Maybe a 400W amp??

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    Quote Originally Posted by linux_madman
    Is there any way you can get hold of another sound card? My first sound card just simply didn't work with Slack 9.1 and was real quiet. Maybe a 400W amp??
    it seems F*BillGAteS's audio device is compatible with linux, so that's not the problem. other people have had the onboard sound on that motherboard working in linux. but this isn't really an issue with compatability, so there should be no need to change audio devices.

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    you asked about windows games, check out wine, takes some tweaking, actually for me it takes ALOT of tweaking, but it does work pretty well once you get it going.

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