OSSXMIX Settings reset to 0 on Reboot

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OSSXMIX Settings reset to 0 on Reboot

Postby Guest » Sat Feb 05, 2005 2:27 pm

When I reboot my FreeBSD machine, I've got OSS starting (via an rc.d script) which is working beautifully. However, every time I start X after a reboot, I need to start ossxmix and move the PCM and Vol sliders up from the very bottom every time. Is there a way to 'save' an ossxmix configuration or set volume defaults?

(FreeBSD 5.3, SB Live! 5.1 MP3+)
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Re: OSSXMIX Settings reset to 0 on Reboot

Postby dev » Sat Feb 05, 2005 6:26 pm

Anonymous wrote:When I reboot my FreeBSD machine, I've got OSS starting (via an rc.d script) which is working beautifully. However, every time I start X after a reboot, I need to start ossxmix and move the PCM and Vol sliders up from the very bottom every time. Is there a way to 'save' an ossxmix configuration or set volume defaults?

(FreeBSD 5.3, SB Live! 5.1 MP3+)


Sure, just run savemixer when you have started OSS and set the appropriate levels. Next time OSS start/machine boots, it automatically loads the saved settings.



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wow

Postby Guest » Sat Feb 05, 2005 9:36 pm

wow. guess who feels like the dumb kid! :oops:

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