Re: Fwd: Re: alsa juk
Ray Kohler ha scritto:
Sounds like your mixer settings are lost at reboot,
so the sound is there but too quiet to hear. Do
'dpkg-reconfigure alsa-base' and choose "always
autosave". That way whatever sound levels you choose
(use 'alsamixer' to set them) will be saved when you
shut down and reloaded when you boot.
I tried but it does not help. After dpkg-rconfigure alsa-base "always
autosafe" I even run alsactl store (only he second time, so I tried once
with this and once without) and always the same thing: kmix has a red
circle with a white cross when I open it there are no options and there
is no sound. So it is not the problem the sound would be too feeble. It
just does not work and I have to reconfigure everything.
--- Björn Schöpe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
After the last installation I got a problem with
alsa in a KDE 3.3.2.
After running alsaconf everything works perfectly,
but after a reboot
alsa is no longer running, so I have to run alsaconf
again. There is no
/etc/init.d/alsa, but I'm not sure about how
Can anyone give me an advice?
Thanks a lot.
PS With amarok I can listen musica, but Juk (2.1.2)
just does not work.
Video-files work fine, too (mplayer, xine,
kaffeine). Juk does not give
me any error messages. When I press play, everything
goes (the position
inidcatore moves, the equalizer..) but no sound.
When I try to reread
the directory it does not do it, like freayes on the
yesterday, so I cannot let it read new files.
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