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Old 06-20-2009, 11:18 AM   #1
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sound level on remote booting slax

I am using a usb-drive distribution of SLAX.

It also works as a PXE server to remote boot client PCs.

The problem is that the sound by default is very low when a client is remote booted.

I have to run alsa-mixer for every Client PC every time I start it.

With a large number of client PCs it is a very painful task to do.

Is there any way, I can set the sound level while remote booting SLAX.

NOTE: SLAX provides a 'changes' folder where all changes are stored in the USB disk. But these changes are available only to the PXE server (USB booted PC) and the changes are not reflected in Client PCs.


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