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Old 09-09-2009, 05:52 AM   #1
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mixer_applet2 Process on CentOS 5.3

Could some help me find out more information about this process?

I could find some information on ubuntuforum that its a know bug.
However the fix was to kill this process. But I am sure this is not a permanent solution.

When I "kill" this process it says the volume control is quit permanently and do not try to reload it.
Could some one tell me if its a bug?
Is there a way to find out where and how this bug came and if its a bug how to fix it permanently?

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