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Old 06-06-2004, 11:41 AM   #1
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I need to run system-config-soundcard to get audio


on BOTH my machines i need to run system-config-soundcard to get audio working under FC2.

I've tried to raise all volumes, but I don't get to hear anything until I run the detection tool. i've messed around with kernels, alsa and sound cards, and once I got audio without the config tool: the PCM channel was set to 0, when i raised it I got sound

but now, even raising PCM doesn't help; when I run the config tool it says something about PCM.

I guess this PCM is causing the problems. is there a way to fix this, or to make the audio volume levels aren't reset to 0 when the machine gets shut down ?
 
  


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