[kde-linux] I can't raise up the volume level

Joaquim BernĂ  i Torres joaquimberna at gmail.com
Sat Jul 28 17:07:27 UTC 2007

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En/na Anne Wilson ha escrit:
> On Saturday 28 July 2007 17:32:40 Joaquim BernĂ  i Torres wrote:
>> gpgkeys: key D1E03587F4037646 not found on keyserver
>> I've installed Mandriva 2007.1 with KDE 3.5.6 and I can't get more than
>> a 1/4 volume level I've got elsewhere with other distros & KDE releases.
>> When I try to set higher the volume levels by Kmenu -> System ->
>> Configuration -> Monitorize -> Sound
>> A dialog ask to run esd in konsole but I don't know how. This is the
>> output:
> <snip>
> In a user console, run alsamixer.  Move around and adjust with the arrow 
> keys.  'M' toggles mute.  You can usually see from this whether one channel 
> is low and affecting all the others.  If you can get the result you want, 
> quit alsamixer and run 'alsactl store'.  In theory it should by default save 
> the value that you had when you shut down.  By doing the store command you 
> have something it can restore to, if it doesn't have a shutdown save.  HTH
> Anne
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Thanks again Anne!

alsactl store is not recognized. Nevertheless sounds levels are ok again.

Best regards!
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