Re: Need to reconfigure sound on every boot
On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 9:19 AM, Andreas Ronnquist
> I need to do a alsaconf after every boot, otherwise I don't get any
> sound. This is on a ABit motherboard, Nvidia nforce 590 chipset, with
> built-in sound. How can I make it configure the built-in sound-card
> automatically on every boot?
Once you set you sound settings ('alsamixer' is one way of doing so),
you need to enable /etc/init.d/alsasound. Be sure to make sure that
the script is pointing to the correct location of your config
(asound.state) file (on my gentoo machine it is in /etc).
> I am running debian stable, Linux 2.6.26-2, amd64, and I'm under the
> impression that this has changed somewhat recently.
> thanks in advance
> Andreas Ronnquist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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