need to configure sound after every boot-up
I have a laptop with Sound driver (HaHa)
with OS ELX BizDesk 4.0(with linux-2.6.22 i had upgraded)
Driver module: -snd-intel8x0
every time need to enter lines on Bash:-
alsamixer (Oh why sound keep muted (sounds on and increasin too via Master,PCM tags))
intention: -I want to make sound on at boot time not via shell script with already sound set too with keyboard sound(increase,decrease,mute operable)
There is not only that one. Many problems I have Major are:-
X11R6.9.0(host.def wants to kill me)
Sorry for bad English
I hope this things are not overdose for 17 year old boy like me
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