[kde-linux] Retaining KMix custom settings

Boyan Tabakov blade.alslayer at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 07:15:39 UTC 2006

On 16.11.2006 22:42, Felix Karpfen wrote:
> I needed to make several changes to the supplied default settings for KMix
> in order to get all my programs to work as they should on my Debian Sarge
> box.
> And all of my programs work perfectly - until I shut down the computer and
> reboot (which I do whenever a thunderstorm is close).
> After a reboot, all my customs settings need to be restored manually.  Not
> a great burden.  But if there is a way to let KDE do it for me, I would be
> grateful to have it pointed out to me.  For the record, Sarge uses ALSA by
> default; alsamixer, like KMix, returns to its default settings when the
> system is rebooted.
> Felix Karpfen

If you are referring to KMix volume settings, those should be kept after 
reboot. Try checking the "Rstore Volumes on Login" setting, as Andrew pointed 
out, but this won't do any difference if no other user is... well... using 
the computer.

Blade hails you...

A mother's love
Is a sacrifice
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