Request for Comments (RFC): Potential change in setting sound card volume on boot
Daniel T. Chen
crimsun at fungus.sh.nu
Wed Jun 27 19:25:37 UTC 2007
On Wed, 2007-06-27 at 08:32 -0700, Michael R. Head wrote:
> My feeling is that levels
> should be restored before gdm beats its drums (this is particularly
> needful for the "laptops in meetings" case). Further, requiring users to
> modify stuff in etc (or adding a new admin screen with a preference)
> isn't going to work for a more users. This is most important for
> machines with just one user, it's less critical for multi-user machines.
Just so I understand your response, are you stating that the login sound
for a graphical user login should be _muted_? If so, this is relatively
straightforward to test. Simply move
/etc/udev/rules.d/85-alsa.rules, and reboot. Is the login sound
> Is there some way to be as smart/correct as the desktop mixer applets
> with respect to level and toggle settings without requiring a user to be
> logged in with the desktop up and running?
Yes and no. Yes as in the current scheme uses /etc/init.d/alsa-utils
(invoked from the above udev rule) to forcibly set as many matching mixer
elements as possible. It does not require a user to login. No
as in this scheme has its drawbacks as outlined in the original post.
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