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As the subject reads, the settings from alsamixergui are not saved when I logout and back in. I have read numerous posts regarding such an issue, and have tried all the possible solutions I managed to find without success.
/usr/sbin/alsactl -f /etc/asound.state store
at konsole... everything looks fine, but no settings are restored upon reboot. Even if I try as root, same thing.
I've tried editing the modules.conf file and adding post-install and pre-remove lines. But nothing seems to work.
The closest I've gotten is running alsactl store and then restore in the same session. That works, the settings are saved and restored correctly. But if I restart the computer and try ato restore it claims "No state is present for card first".
I thought maybe some of you might have other suggestions I might try?
Here read this, I use this srcipt on LFS system and the same script on Slackware 9.0 with a little modification. With slackware I dont use the sim links I just add a line in one of the boot scripts that run at shut down and startup to have it source the alsa script.