dme wrote:Nevada 66 on an Ultra 40. The built-in AMD hdaudio is disabled in the BIOS, SB Live!
installed in a PCI slot. The device is recognised, seems to work with audio applications
just fine. But...
...the gnome volume control applet (mixer-applet?) doesn't affect the volume of the
audio and 'mute' doesn't.
Volume control with ossxmix works just fine.
Is this the expected behaviour?
sonic6k wrote:I guess you need to use Cuckoo to be able to use the Gnome mixer, but Cuckoo is only available for Linux: http://www.4front-tech.com/cuckoo.html
And as far as I know, it is impossible to make Gnome mixer use libSALSA.
dev wrote:Yes, this is expected - you can only control the application volume via gnome volume - eg if you're playing Real Audio, the Gnome Volume will control realaudio's volume. It will not control OSS volume.
dev wrote:ossxmix will give you additional features that Gnome will not. So why bother with it.?
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