>>I'll check that when I get home, but I'm pretty sure that alsaconf does
>>unmute all channels automatically.
>>>>>>Ermm, no, it doesn't. Alsaconf displays an 'M' on the top of each
>slider for each available channel, thus 'MM' for a stereo output and
>'M' for a mono. This is toggled by pressing, surprisingly, M when the
>channel is highlighted.
>>>That's alsamixer, not alsaconf. Alsaconf does perform an un-mute to test
the new config, but whether or not it unmutes the correct channels
remains to be seen.
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