On 15/12/2003 at 11:24, Vincent Bernat wrote: > The only drawback with ALSA is that you need to unload them before > sleep. This can be tricky sometimes but there are some working methods > that have been posted on this list (using apm.d scripts with PMU or > altering modules.conf to avoid automatic load of ALSA). Not with 2.6. I've been using BenH's 2.6.0-test11 and the only issues with alsa that I've noticed are the one that's workarounded unloading and reloading i2c-keywest before loading snd-powermac; and the volume wrong settings when you plug/unplug headphones [*]. No big deal at all. And I can sleep/resume my 2.3 G3 iBook without unloading alsa modules at all. [*] volume levels gets "fixed" issuing setmixer `cat /etc/setmixer.conf`. I store my default mixer values in /etc/setmixer.conf (apt-get install setmixer && man setmixer for details) and I have that command mapped to right button in gkrellm-volume panel. -- Kiko Please do not reply to the sender address of this email; due to spam and Windows (TM) worms, everything not comming from the list is "stored" in /dev/null. Put menorqui in the user part to send me anything. _Although_, I prefer replies sent to the list so that others can benefit from the discussion. Thanks.
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