Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Thu May 29 08:41:28 PDT 2003
On Thu, 2003-05-29 at 10:29, Carl Makin wrote:
> Morning all,
> Gnome-volume-control uses /dev/mixer for sound card 1 and /dev/mixer1
> for sound card 2.
> Normally /dev/mixer is a symlink to /dev/mixer0 however in my config
> I'd rather it pointed to /dev/mixer1 since I have the second sound card
> connected to speakers and the first one connected to a shortwave
> I think Gnome-volume-control should use /dev/mixer0 rather than
> Should I report this as a bug to the Gnome people themselves or is it a
> FreeBSD problem?
This isn't a problem at all per se. It's a personal preference. It
might be nice to have the mixer device selectable. In that case, file a
bug with the GNOME people to see if they can add a configuration knob
for it. In the meantime, you can edit your source code locally to use
If you want to design the config option, send me the patches, and I'll
add them to our tree while you're waiting for the GNOME people to commit
> It's a FreeBSD 4.8 box running Gnome 2.2 cvsupped and compiled Tuesday.
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