[arch-general] Muting internal speakers
Eric Ryan Jones
eric at thetechnojesus.com
Thu Jun 14 17:13:31 EDT 2012
Arch always did that automatically for me. I do know that you can set up defaults and fallbacks in KDE just like in Windows. I'm not sure about GNOME, though, as I have used KDE for a while.
From: arch-general-bounces at archlinux.org [mailto:arch-general-bounces at archlinux.org] On Behalf Of Nelson Marambio
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2012 4:52 PM
To: arch-general at archlinux.org
Subject: [arch-general] Muting internal speakers
Since the change from Win 7 to Arch there is just one function I really miss up to now. Perhaps someone of you can help me out.
Is it possible that Arch deactivates the internal speakers of my laptop when I plug in my USB-headset and turn input / output to this ?
In Windows I could define the USB headset as default for in-/output so Win made a fallback to internal speakers only when I plugged out the headset again.
It would be really great if Arch was that comfortable too. I know in GNOME there are just two clicks to do for switching to another audio hardware but ... :D
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