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Re: Alsa needs reconfiguration after every reboot

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Oh, I forgot: I'm using etch.
I've already reinstalled alsa-base and alsa-utils. The most interesting
thing is that after the etch install alsa worked just fine.
Unfortunately I could not recall when the problem arise - chances are
that the problem arise after installation of codecs based on [1], but
I'm not sure about this.
As for clean install - I'd better wait for stable etch and than will
reinstall it.

[1] http://www.debiantutorials.org/content/view/18/1/

Kind regadrs,


stevendemetrius wrote:
> Are you using Sarge or Etch?
> It sounds like you have a problem with your install. You only need to
> run alasaconf once and it saves the configuration. After that you only
> need to run alsaconf if you change your sound card or add one.
> Try using apt-get to purge alsa-base and alsa-utils. Clear apt-get's
> cache. Update apt-get then install alsa-base. Run alsaconf then reboot
> to see if the problem is fixed. If this does not work I recommend doing
> a clean install.
> I've been using Etch and upgrading as the repository changes and have
> had some strange problems crop up. The only thing that fixed them was a
> clean re-install of Etch.

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