Well I've found at least THREE different volume controls on my F10
On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 02:13:48PM -0500, David wrote:
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> Nigel Henry wrote:
> > On Tuesday 30 December 2008 17:33, Paul Smith wrote:
> >> Dear All,
> >> After some updates, the volume of audio became too low. Any ideas? I
> >> am using F10.
> >> Thanks in advance,
> >> Paul
> > Hi Paul.
> > As usual I suspect Pulseaudio as the culprit, as it can be responsible for low
> > volume levels.
> > First though, open alsamixer as user in a terminal, as below.
> > alsamixer -D hw:0
> > Assuming that your card is card0, this should show all sliders for your
> > soundcard. Check for ones like, Master, PCM, Front, CD, which should be up.
> > If all's ok in alsamixer, try disabling Pulseaudio (unless you particularly
> > want it), by removing the package, alsa-plugins-pulseaudio, then reboot, and
> > see if the sound levels are any better.
> > All the best.
> To the developers and those in charge of producing Fedora. *Please* when
> you release Fedora 11 set all of the volume levels to maximum and play
> really *loud* sounds that are recorded at really *loud* levels so that
> the Fedora users can stop beating up on Pulseaudio that is default set
> to not blast the cones off of their computer speakers. ;-)
> Then we call all read about the sounds being too load. <even bigger> ;-)
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