On Fri, 30 Apr 2004 14:23:51 -0500, Law Horne wrote:
>/etc/asound.state is saved at shutdown, and running alsactl
>immediately after login does restore the correct values for PCM and
>other controls. So the problem seems to be that modprobe didn't run
>alsactl restore at startup.
"# rc-update add alsasound boot"
Not fix that? This is kinda shot in a dark as this from another
Linux distro alsa setup. But I have used this on slackware 9.1 and
it worked despite this not being it's own setup guide. I haven't had
a chance to try on fedora I got rid of my test3 installin favor of
Fedora core 1.
It's a Slackware-specific command. Apart from that, the alsasound
initscript is not included within Fedora Core. It's main purpose is not
restoring volume levels, but loading/removing kernel modules to aid
alsaconf in doing its job correctly. alsaconf, however, is not included
either, since system-config-soundcard does the soundcard configuration.