Yeah I just forgot the exact file spelling but they are /etc/aumixrc and
As a follow up, I had alsa running on a stock 2.4.18-686 install. aumix
settings were appropriately carried over reboots. I was trying to figure
the debian way of kernel building and have a second kernel choice that is
exactly the same as my first kernel 2.4.18=2.4.18-686 (used the .config
from the first kernel "make-kpkg -config menu -rev Custom.0 kernel-image
modules"). I'm thinking the lack of maintaining the settings between
boots came after I built this second same kernel.
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On Thu, 5 Sep 2002, Rolf Heckemann wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 05, 2002 at 12:14:21AM -0700, ThomasRatliffDDS wrote:
> > Every time I boot up this machine the volume (and some other parameters)
> > in aumix or alsamixer is reset to 0.
> > My ~/.aumixerc and the system /etc/aumixer have reasonable defaults and
> > sound works after I reset the volume.
> > Where do I go to troubleshoot this?
> Make sure the file is called ~/.aumixrc (just in case the files are
> named exactly as in your message).
> Good luck
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