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I really have to post this problem away I have been fighting with it since I've got slackware now (5 weeks) without any luck so I decided it's the best idea to post it here..
Well it's about my sound system.
First of it all I'd like to say that Linux ALSA etc. found my soundcard so that's not the problem.. my Sound Speakers "sometimes" running perfeclty..
"sometimes" let's define this a little bit better.. After I start up KDE like always I can sometimes listen to music and it doesn't make any strange noises.. It' runs even better then on my Windows machine.. But in some other times "usually after 20 secs" my sound system totally freaks out.. That means it sounds like you are listening to a radio channel where you've got no connection to.
So I started trieng with 3 diffrent Sound Speakers.. All 3 happened to do the same. So I consider that the problem is somewhere in my Sound Configuration..
Can anyone please tell me where I should look for ? & what I should do there ?..
I figured out another way how to "Perfectly" patch my problem.. I went to the Konsole and typed alsamixer and muted the modules (useing "m") IEC958 and IEC958 I.. but now my problem is this changes doesn't keep saved.. when I leave the ALSA GUI (ESC) and run alsactl store. then this settings arn't muted anymore on restarting my X server..