Thanks for the reply. I can't find sndvolmix on a Debian system, but I've
tried aumix and still no success. I hear nothing through the speakers on
the iMac or through earphones I plug in. BTW, why would I want to mute
internal speakers and put max volume on phone jack for?
Here's the output of "cat /dev/sndstat":
ACS rev 100) DMA sound driver:
sound.format = 0x8 (unsigned 8 bit)
sound.speed = 8000Hz (phys. 44100Hz)
sound.stereo = 0x0 (mono)
sq.block_size = 32768 sq.max_count = 4 sq.max_active = 4
sq.count = 0 sq.rear_size = 24244
sq.playing = 0 sq.syncing = 0
It appears as if the sound driver is loaded, but again I don't hear anything
On Tue, 6 Jul 1999, Simon Piette wrote:
> Here is a few things to try...
> 1) /sbin/sndvolmix -h 15
> This mute internal speaker and put maximum volume on the phone jack
> 2) cat file.au > /dev/dsp
> cat file.au > /dev/audio
> 3) cd /dev; ./MAKEDEV audio
> 4) Compile your kernel with OSS drivers (with soft OSS checked on)
> 5) Try to play with aumix. It is better than sndvolmix.
> Good luck.
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