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Old 04-07-2011, 02:12 AM   #1
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How to save the setting of alsamixer in mandriva

I used ubuntu and recently I install mandriva in to my laptop.
I am using a headphone and when I listening to music I reduce speaker sounds and increase headphone and master sounds using "alsamiser -c 0" command in terminal.But at the end of each song, speaker sounds automatically I have to increase the headphone and master sound and reduce speaker sounds at beginning of every song.
When I restart the machine master,speaker and headphone sounds usualy become silence.
Is there any why to save the alsamixer settings or any other way to correct this error.
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