I love you, Gavindi, that worked!
I'd like to run more tests though, because I only tried restarting.
Will do that ASAP.
On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 19:47, Gavindi <email address hidden> wrote:
> I've found a fix that works for me. I was find that if I didn't shut down my computer gracefully (and there letting /etc/init.d/alsa-utils run it's stop procedure) that the sound levels would be set and un-muted on next boot.
> Therefore, I commented out line 372 in /etc/init.d/alsa-utils:
> # mute_and_zero_levels "$TARGET_CARD" || EXITSTATUS=1
> Now when I reboot gracefully, the sound levels are correct. I would
> suspect that there is a bit a race condition happening. I am supposing
> the alsa-utils script is being called twice and as the levels have been
> "muted and zero'd" the first time around, the second time around sees
> the zero'd levels get saved as the Alsa state.
> I think the udev and rc.d is invoking the script twice......
> This is however just a theory, but it makes sense!!! (I Hope)
> [jaunty] Sound muted after boot
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