Where are volume control settings stored?

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Where are volume control settings stored?

Postby ccc » Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:40 pm

hi

Where exactly are volume control personal settings from LXDE stored?

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Re: Where are volume control settings stored?

Postby ausmuso » Wed Feb 06, 2013 1:01 am

ccc wrote:hi

Where exactly are volume control personal settings from LXDE stored?


The answer: somewhere in your machine but you don't automatically get to see them on an LXDE desktop. I solved the problem by installing the Gnome ALSA-mixer and adding it to the desktop.
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Re: Where are volume control settings stored?

Postby seppalta » Wed Feb 06, 2013 4:29 pm

A strictly volume control applet can be added to lxpanel (rt. click panel>add-remove). For more audio controls, instal pavucontrol. See http://lxlinux.com/#15.

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Re: Where are volume control settings stored?

Postby ausmuso » Fri Mar 15, 2013 1:07 am

seppalta wrote:A strictly volume control applet can be added to lxpanel (rt. click panel>add-remove). For more audio controls, instal pavucontrol. See http://lxlinux.com/#15.

For a slightly more sophisticated solution, install PNMixer. It is not in the Mint or Ubuntu repositories but you can find it at
http://github.com/nicklan/pnmixer. Here you will also find instructions about downloading and compiling the tarball.
When you have it all working nicely you can edit (as superuser) the file /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE/autostart and add the line:

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@pnmixer

PNMixer will then be added to the taskbar on boot-up
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