2013/2/2 Martín Cigorraga firstname.lastname@example.org
On Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 8:00 PM, Frank Zimmermann < email@example.com> wrote:
Am Donnerstag, den 31.01.2013, 21:23 -0300 schrieb Martín Cigorraga:
# /usr/sbin/alsactl store
shouldn't this keep the settings for the speaker? In my case it doesn't
Yes, of course, that's the purpose of that command.
So you've installed PulseAudio, may be the problem is related with PA
then. comes with Gnome
Check carefully the PA wiki and if you can't find where the problem
you will need to make some debug; the first step shall be uninstall PA
check that ALSA's systemd units are working right, then you can try
talling PA and looking carefully for any change you do to config files.
I'll check Pulseaudio and see where it'll brings me.
There are two things that come to my mind right now:
- have present that some of the sound settings you can change with
alsamixer depends on other settings. For example it is totally worthless to set the Master channel to it's maximum if PCM channel is muted. 2) because you use PA (well, you use GNOME but it triggers the PA installation) it may be worth to take a look at the various PA mixers found in the official repositories and in the AUR.
Try finding the program mentioned here, and change the default output device.