RE: mp3's on SPARC LX - Debian 2.2...
Actually what I'm trying to do is shift the output from the internal speaker
to line-out. In NetBSD I user mixerctl to do that but I can't find a way to
do it in Debian from the command line. The -oh/-ol switches on mpg123 don't
work. audioctl doesn't seem to have an option for it. Am I stuck here
without running X? I'm running "headless" so I don't know what my options
Any other ideas?
BTW - Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it!
From: Joshua Uziel [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Joshua Uziel
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 4:05 PM
To: Mike Hebel
Cc: Gabor.Csejtey@idi.ntnu.no; Debian-Sparc@Lists. Debian. Org
Subject: Re: mp3's on SPARC LX - Debian 2.2...
* Mike Hebel <firstname.lastname@example.org> [001109 07:29]:
> Does anyone out there have mixerctl ported to Debian? I looked for it on
> the searchable package database on www.debian.org and on ftp.us.debian.org
> but didn't see it anywhere.
> I tried using aumix instead but it doesn't seem to want to work. (Either
> outputs a bunch of blank lines and an error message or it does things like
> not listing the settings for anything on any channel. I think it might
> work properly with the DBRI mixer but that's just my Debian newbie guess.)
> Any ideas?
"audioctl" is your best bet, to be honest. It's command-line based and
kinda cryptic, but it's geared specifically at the SPARC audio
subsystem. Basically, if you can't configure it there, I don't think
you can configure it anywhere. :)
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