|iKernel||with a capital H|
|rbanffy||Folks... It seems uninstalling courier-mta also deleted its mail spool... Should I worry?|
|dpkg||xmixahlx <firstname.lastname@example.org> was last seen on IRC in channel #debian, 629d 15h 42m ago, saying: 'msg dpkg kde3.4'.|
|iKernel||and he was never seen again|
because kde made his computer blow up
and he died
|ustunozgur||wait, I found a better command:|
|rc55||iKernel: yeah, jesus! That's a long time. I have a very annoying problem he has to fix - basically, his website makes note of my "active libido" if you put my name into google. :S|
it's working now
god that freaks me out
|ustunozgur||iKernel: the command is "asoundconf set-default-card #" where # is 0,1,2... Remove .asoundrc|
|ustunozgur||now, there should be a way to make that permanent, maybe put it in bash profile.|
|iKernel||ustunozgur: yep still wroks|
|liable||i was after a link for his active libido|
|iKernel||ustunozgur: thanks for your help mate, I guess partly the reason why is because I'm a fellow plantronics user? :)|
|ustunozgur||well, the main reason is I had searched for 2-3 hours to get it working and was frustrated, so did n't want you to be frustrated too :)|
|liable||jesus, he seems an unusual person... http://www.urbandictionary.com/author.php?author=rc55|
|ustunozgur||and I learned something new too :)|
|Crypticfortune||hmm, with all this alsa talk, i have a question. i have an onkyo SE-90PCI and it shows up as an "ICEnsemble ICE1724" in alsaconf and sounds great, i just don't have any mixer volume control....any ideas?|
|iKernel||gonna test mic|
|ustunozgur||try "alsamixer -c 1"|
where that 1 is your card number.
|Crypticfortune||ustunozgur: it's the only card in the system (putting it in disabled the onboard sound)|
|ustunozgur||Crypticfortune: then what does "alsamixer" give volume control for?|
|Crypticfortune||ustunozgur: well, it gives me a basically empty mixer... there's a couple sliders i can control that are labeled "multitrack" but they have no effect on anything i can find....|
|ustunozgur||try once "alsamixer -c 1"|
does it say "wrong -c argument"
|Crypticfortune||ustunozgur: i did: wrong -c argument '1'|
did you try rerunning alsaconf?
first, try "alsamixer -V all"