Boot memory stored sound level
I've got an iBook 900 and I used to have MacOS X on it. I installed
Debian Sid on it (as the only OS) yesterday, but I've got a little
problem. Everything works fine, except than before I booted Linux for
the first time, I had shut down my iBook with the sound muted. And MacOS
X remembers the sound level when you turn your computer off in some kind
of memory from what I've figured.
So now I don't hear any "bong" when my iBook starts, and I have to hit
the mute key before I can hear anything when the computer is up...
So my question is, what do I have to do to restore this ? Can it be done
from Linux ? Thanks for your help.
Lucas Moulin <email@example.com>
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