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Re: volume control

Gary Hennigan wrote:

> Michael Soulier <msoulier@storm.ca> writes:
> > On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 jbardin@imagelinks.com wrote:
> >
> >> In XMMS you can go into the preferences and tell it to control the
> >> "Master" volume and not the "pcm" the "master" volume controls the
> >> mixer that sends the signal to your speakers.. its aboutthe same
> >> thing as the windows little speaker in your
> >
> >       Just tried that. It didn't work.
> >
> >> on the wmixer so you have lots of things to play with a and to
> >> tweak your sound. but basically what you need is a "Mixer"
> >> controller so if you look up on debian.org or do a search through
> >> dselect for "mix" you will find what you want. b.t.y. i have a
> >> sblive and it rocks
> >
> >       Well, I'm wondering if anything is wrong with my module setup
> > since none of the volume controls seem to work. The really strange thing
> > is that if I use the equalizer in xmms, that works.
> Do they work as root? Make sure you have the mixer device(s) in
> /dev. I don't have a Debian system handy with working sound, but my
> laptop (sans sound) has /dev/mixer and /dev/mixer1.
> If they work as root then it's just a permission problem.
> May be a long shot but it's worth a look.
> Gary
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Thats what it is add yourself to the group audio and th problems should be solved and
or chmod it to 666 /dev/mixer is the device same with /dev/dsp
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fn:Jon Bardin

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