On Tue, 08 Feb 2005 11:19:27 +0000, Dale Dunlea <daledunlea at commergy.com> wrote:
>> >>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'
> That's alsamixer, not alsaconf.
Damn it, so it is. Apologies if previous post sounded high-and-mighty.
FWIW: I re-ran alsaconf a few times in my previous efforts to get the
sound working. Each and every time it muted all channels and I had to
un-mute them individually in alsamixer. That's why the headphone
channel was muted in the first place.
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