Volume level loses setting after reboot

Bug #1001816 reported by kmb42vt
This bug affects 7 people
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Linux Mint

Bug Description

I'm noticed that Linux Mint 13 (Maya) RC/Cinnamon does not remember the volume setting from one boot/reboot to another. If I set the volume low and reboot the volume is back to the default level. Problem occurs constantly.

To reproduce: Simply boot into Linux Mint 13/Cinnamon RC, set the volume level to other than default level and reboot. Volume level will be back at default level after you log in.

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zorblek (zorblek) wrote :

I am experiencing something similar (possibly the same bug) on Mint 12 64-bit. However, the volume setting is only forgotten if it is set above 100%. When the computer reboots, the volume is back at 100%. If the volume is set below 100%, the level remains the same after rebooting, as expected.

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Rhonalf Martinez (rhonaldomaster) wrote :

Similar here ...
I have Mint Maya and cinnamon 1.8.8
The volume is always set at 100% when the system starts

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Vadim Smakhtin (algariol) wrote :

Still persist in Linux Mint 16 with Cinnamon environment. Also, i found that global audio level is resetted, when you are switching audio devices.

tags: added: petra
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Hong Xu (xuhdev) wrote :

Same here, on LMDE UP8.

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Alex (normadize) wrote :

Problem still exists in Mint 17.3 cinnamon ... in my case it's set to 100% on every reboot.

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abelvarela (abelvarela) wrote :

Same problem here Alex. Linux Mint 17.3 cinnamon. Volume set to 100% on every reboot.

Any solution?

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