ekiga's audio input: dsp0.0?
stuartb at 4gh.net
Mon Jun 18 03:06:46 UTC 2007
On Sun, 17 Jun 2007 at 22:03 -0400, Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> On ?????? 17 ??????? 2007, Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> = Ekiga has a "test settings" buttons (under the configuration druid), but it
> = never plays back anything, that I say into the microphone (I tried two of
> = those already).
> Figured it out. What I needed to do, was:
> mixer recsrc
This just shows the current input source.
> mixer mic 100 rec 100
You probably actually want:
% mixer =rec mic
% mixer mic 0 rec 100
Setting "mic 100" will also mix your mic input with you main speaker
output all of the time which may cause feedback or other issues. I
recently was recording something and the speaker output
> Why aren't usable values on by default, when the machine boots, is beyond
6.2-RELEASE (and other versions) restore sound settings to the value
saved on the previous shutdown. I'm not sure what the very initial
values are on a freshly installed system (may even be sound device or
I actually have my /etc/rc.d/mixer hacked to not save setting on
shutdown which restores known/desired settings. (mixer_save=NO).
--- /etc/rc.d/mixer.orig Fri Jan 12 02:42:21 2007
+++ /etc/rc.d/mixer Sat Jun 16 02:10:55 2007
@@ -34,6 +34,12 @@
+# patch: allow mixer_enable=no in rc.conf
@@ -92,6 +98,10 @@
+ if ! checkyesno mixer_save; then
for mixer in `list_mixers`; do
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