installed sabayon, but sound real real low

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Re: installed sabayon, but sound real real low

Postby wolfden » Tue Aug 21, 2007 5:16

have you adjusted it?

alsamixer or kmix to adjust volume
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Re: installed sabayon, but sound real real low

Postby Belial » Wed Aug 22, 2007 1:26

Can you paste the results of

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lspci | grep Audio


as root please?
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Re: installed sabayon, but sound real real low

Postby [email protected] » Thu Aug 23, 2007 23:43

don't mean to sound like a noob or anoying, but where do i put the code into?
can you list some steps as in what i do to get to the code inputing window, '
i am totally new to sabayon, and i don't even know how to play dvd's in it, watch flash movies, or do anything with java
douse it have any options for the dual core CPU?, like if i wanna sync the two cores to run at the same time, becouse in windows xp i got a problem where one core runs at 100 % and the other idles and i can't seem to adjust for them both to run at 100 % or both run the application intead of one stalling the computer.
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Re: installed sabayon, but sound real real low

Postby Belial » Fri Aug 24, 2007 2:48

If you open up the terminal (its called konsole in kde) it should give you a prompt similar to this [email protected] ~ $ But with your username and computername, in there type

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su -     

((Then enter your password for root, it asked you when doing the setup, itll look like it wont show you any characters you type, but it is taking them))
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lspci | grep udio


then you can copy and paste it into here :)

that command will on its own print off all pci devices to the terminal, the | symbol asks your computer to send the out put of the previous command to the next one, in this case grep, which is a powerful search tool. with most linux commands you can type
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man lspci
for example, and it shows the manual page

As for handling the dual cores, it will automatically use both, and spread the load :)
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