On Tue, Feb 05, 2002 at 02:30:17PM +0000, Glen Gray wrote:
> Anyway check and make sure that your /etc/modules.conf file is being
> modified correctly to contain the details of the sound modules needed.
> Check before you run sndconfig again to see if the file is getting lost.
> i.e. your rebooting and something is replacing the modules conf. You run
> sndconfig which adds what you need and you can play away. But next
> reboot it's all lost again.
I had a similar problem (in Debian), and did the modconf things, but
also found that aumix is great. Install when you are happy with your
soundsettings, and you can keep them that way. The adjustment of the
volume on bootup also loads the modules in question :)
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