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> Set Sound At Boot, alsactl
Richie
post Dec 3 2004, 08:22 AM
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hello,

Ok it's taken me a while to get sound working, and it took ages to realse that alsactl store had to be ran to save sound settings. which i have done now. I can even restore the sound settings with aslactl restore.

I'm sure this is a very simple question, were do i put the command alsactl restore so the command is issued everytime i boot my computer??

I have tried putting it in ~/.bashrc this didn't work. but it did mean to get sound I just had to start a terminal.

what should i do??

I'm running fedora core 2.

thank you.
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Robert83
post Dec 3 2004, 09:21 AM
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Hi,

you could put it in /etc/init.d/rc.d/rc.local

only the location to the file

example

/usr/bin/alsactl restore (example)


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