On 07/12/09 16:59, Steven Parrish wrote:
On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 9:40 AM, Roderick
> So far I've got Fedora 12 running on some (x86_64) systems with two
> different sound cards. For the ones with sound card A kmix is able to
> control the volume. For the ones with sound card B kmix is unable to
> control the volume.
> I'd like some help in getting kmix to work with system B please.
> Here are some details...
> linux A> cat /proc/asound/cards
> 0 [Live ]: EMU10K1 - SB Live! 5.1 [SB0220]
> SB Live! 5.1 [SB0220] (rev.10, serial:0x100a1102)
> at 0xac00, irq 18
> linux B> cat /proc/asound/cards
> 0 [Audigy2 ]: Audigy2 - SB Audigy 4 [SB0610]
> SB Audigy 4 [SB0610] (rev.0, serial:0x10211102)
> at 0x1000, irq 18
> System settings / Multimedia shows that both systems are using
> Pulseaudio for the Output device (hovering over this displays "xine
> audio output plugin using pulseaudio sound server).
> To get audible sound, in pavucontrol I have to set:
> system A requires the Configuration tab to have the profile set to
> "Analogue Stereo Duplex"
> system B requires the Configuration tab to have the profile set to
> "Digital Stereo (IEC958) output + Analog Stereo input"
> For system A kmix can control the volume.
> For system B I cannot get kmix to control the volume; nothing happen
> when I change the sliders.
> Can anyone suggest how to make kmix control volume on system B.
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Do me a favor and report this upstream at http://bugs.kde.org
and also at
fedora-kde mailing list
New to KDE4? - get help from http://userbase.kde.org
ok, will do. We have been a bit busy this week since it was decided to
drop the support for F10 a week early, but the heat is off now as we are
By the way, in kde how is one supposed to choose the right pulseaudio
profile for a sound card without using pavucontrol or gnome-volume-control?