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Re: [OT] Re: What netbook to you run NetBSD on? (-> netbook.xml)
In article <48FEC745.7000104%yazzy.org@localhost>,
Marcin M. Jessa <lists%yazzy.org@localhost> wrote:
>Roy Marples wrote:
>> On Tue, 2008-10-21 at 17:52 -0400, Jared D. McNeill wrote:
>>> Marcin M. Jessa wrote:
>>>> Swift Griggs wrote:
>>>>> the native 1024x600 resolution. Sound works, also. Oddly, I've found
>>>>> that I can turn the volume up using mixerctl to much higher levels
>>>>> than are available when running XP. It's the first time the Azailia
>>>>> drivers have worked so well for me.
>>>> I don't really understand why we need to use mixerctl to be able to
>>>> adjust the volume level when the same device works nicely with linux
>>> What doesn't work nicely about azalia on Eee PC? I confirmed that both
>>> playback and capture work, and the volume buttons (Fn+whatever) work as
>> Well, on my ThinkPad z60m, I have to manually adjust channels to +248
>> from the default as it's too low. With the default I jack all available
>> sliders in GNOME volume control and/or equivalent in KDE and XFCE to max
>> and still can't here anything until I manually adjust in mixerctl AND
>> get it to save state on shutdown.
>> Whilst it "works", it's hardly "optimal"
>Exactly, I had to write a shell script to use mixerctl to set up sound for
> my internal speakers or to send output to the head phones.
>Each time I need to change the sound level I have to type mixerctl -w
>This sucks big time...
Why don't you stick it in /etc/sysctl.conf
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