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Old 09-05-2005, 04:59 AM   #1
Dayanandabv
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Regarding volume control in fedora core 3


hi all,
i have linux fedora core os.
when i open xmms audio player the volume is always constant.
when i going to set the volume control of operting system it is not
going to effect the sound, it always maximum sound. when i click
mute it will mute the sound, but when i going to adjest the volume
it not.
can help me out how to over come to this problem

thanks in advance
daya
 
  


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