[SATLUG] sound/volume control
cherylholmes72 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 05:35:14 CST 2009
called gnome alsamixer in synaptic ? i will install that as well since i am
now lsitening to my music again. it sure is nice to be able too again!
it's also nice to be able to do the podcasts i enjoy too herb!
tweeking this as i am with your help and the help of those in the group is
making things a lot easier for me. i really like the way you teach herb. i
understand what you say completely and i am able to do it perfectly.
so now i am wondering is there a way to copy this hd since i am putting all
these awersome settings and tweeks on it. there/s no way i could possibly
remember all of them. would love to be able to burn a dvd backup of my
hd..a bootable dvd that is. it/s nolt like we can do a "copy c:" right?
thanks again herb! c
On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 6:46 PM, Herb Cee <hc at lookcee.com> wrote:
> Cheryl Holmes wrote:
>> thanks so much herb! i can always count on EXACT snd perfect info from
>> and I really do appreciate it. while i had your email open i went
>> to synaptic, found what you told me exactly and installed it!
>> thanks again..c
> Very welcome Cheryl I knew it would be easier for you if you knew where to
> find it. You may also be interested in installing both gnome-panel and
> gnome-panel has a gear icon and it produces you a dialog box and a list of
> installed programs, select one and it launches the application. Ends the
> wondering where the program launcher is hiding.
> gnome-alsamixer winds up in the App-menu and it breaks out all the
> controllable functions the installed sound card/chip has. allows you a slide
> control on each function. The quad surround chip on my box has a ton of
> settings half of which I haven't a clue but it allowed me to record from the
> chip capture devise when I wanted to and had not been able to get it to
> work. Anyway it may help ya some.
> Both are listed in Synaptic.
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