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Re: Storing alsa settings




--- oldman <talbotscott cox net> wrote:

> Anne Wilson wrote:
> 
> >I used to do 'alsactrl store' to save my settings, then 'alsactrl
> restore' 
> >in /etc/rc.d/rc.local.  Now ,it seems, alsactrl is no longer a
> recognised 
> >command.  Anyone know what has replaced it?
> >
> >Anne
> >  
> >
>     Ensure package alsa-libs is installed then the command alsaclt
> (no 
> r) should do it for you.

Poking around in /etc and looking at the alsa config files, there are
all kinds of 'options' (for lack of a better word) front/back/ front
right / back left ...all kinds of arrangements of sound cards and
speaker setups. Just how do you get to configure this? Is there a gui
for that purpose? I have two sound cards that I wish to use in a
surround setup, do you have any information on this? Thanx, Ric
 

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