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Old 01-28-2004, 11:38 AM   #1
mlruthless
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LINE IN and IGAIN


I am a newbie trying to convert from MICROSLOB to LINUX, so please forgive me. I am running LINUX MANDRAKE 9.2 with multiple users. The problem is every time I boot up and get to the user login page I get static out of the speakers. If I login as any of the users I can go to "KMIX, I think this is it" and I can adjust the settings so that LINE IN and IGAIN are muted. Then I say save as default. This gets rid of the static. Now I can logout and login in as anyone else and The static is still gone, but it comes back every time I reboot, also in KMIX it will be set to my default but the static is still there, so I remove mute and put it back on and it goes away. Is there a solution, It is very annoying having to keep setting the sound.
 
  


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