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A quick Google search using "Intel Corporation 82801BA/BAM AC'97 Audio Controller Linux" as keywords found a couple Ubuntu related problems with this audio controller. According to output of lspci -v command in one post showed the kernel module (driver) used is snd_intel8x0. It appears to work sporadically in Linux Ubuntu so far, could be permissions issues or mixer settings. One post of the two I looked at has the same machine: Dell Optiplex GX240.
Dear all, i need to tell you that finally i get some sound from MP3blaster when i get the volume up for PCM & PCM2 Mixers, but when i make a reboot for my Linux BOX, all of it returns to Zero.
So i need some way to make it stored in my configurations
Thanks in advance
Some distros don't load some settings if others are saved / present. Alsa normally takes priority IME.
I'm not sure why that's not in /etc/ anymore? But debian had/has scripting in place that if that one exists, aumix save settings get skipped over at boot. And other quirks depending on what you use / how your system is setup.