How to block volume control
zzmiloschxx at gmail.com
Tue Jul 8 19:38:29 UTC 2014
On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 11:53:03 -0300
Emiliano Vazquez <emilianovazquez at gmail.com> wrote:
>I have some machines running softphones and the users of this machines
>always are making changes to the volume.
>They touch input source, output source, volume of microphone and speakers!
>Is there any way to lock this? maybe making the user more restricted in
>I don't know where search about this.
>Thanks for your time.
Hi, I'm not very familiar with the Lubuntu system scripts,
but on most Linux computers, running Alsa for the sound
manager, you can store and restore your alsa.conf settings.
Google for "alsactl store " for how to store and restore
your personal settings when you login.
alsctl store will save settings to a file you specify with -f
Then when you logon, use alsacontrol restore to reload
your setting file.
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