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Old 02-16-2004, 05:15 PM   #1
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How do I turn the main volume up in Fedora Core 1

easy question I know, but I don't know the answer!

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from command prompt enter kmix and you can adjust volume

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what desktop are you using? if kde, try entering kmix in a terminal.

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that worked, thanks I'm on KDE 3.1, which brings me to my next question. I have downloaded qt-3.2.3-0.fdr.8.1.i386.rpm from, I went to run it and got the message /usr/lib/qt-3.1 not found. I did a searcha dn found it, it is there. How do I tell the rpm it's there?

Thanks for the help guys.


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