Am Freitag, 5. August 2016 schrieb Gene Heskett: > On Friday 05 August 2016 05:18:10 deloptes wrote: > > > Gene Heskett wrote: > > > On Thursday 04 August 2016 20:58:50 deloptes wrote: > > >> Gene Heskett wrote: > > >> > and type in the fix it: alsactl restore. > > >> > > >> perhaps try alsactl store ? It helps. > > > > > > Only if you have called up the alsoctl.gui and made it functional. > > > No use storing defective settings into your home dir. > > > > > >> No issue here with the sound and never had, though this problem was > > >> visible from time to time during the years on different machines > > >> after upgrades, migration to new hardware etc etc. Storing the > > >> settings solves it. This should be called on shutdown/reboot as > > >> well same as restore on boot by the init script AFAIR. > > >> I am not sure if TDE saves the state. My impression is it reads the > > >> state from alsa. > > > > > > In which case it is reading a defective file in /root since the > > > shutdowen and init stuff runs as root, whereas if I run the restore > > > from a terminal, as me, then it reads a good file from my home dir, > > > one that I previously saved after calling up the gui as me and > > > making it work. > > > > It is neither in user dir not in root dir. It is saved in > > /var/lib/alsa/asound.state > > So it is. Owned by root but world rw. Then why, if root can access it > during the init phase, is it not active for me until I do an alsactl > restore ? Something in starting the x stuff as the usr after the login, > is killing the sound UNTIL the user does a restore. And its a right > PIMA. Just for S & G, I just added an aplay command to be executed by > me, immediately after a line in rc.local that does a theoretical > restore, as me to play the front-center channel id file. I'll see if > that plays when I next reboot. Which is not eminent ATM. > > > regards > > > > > > > > --------------------------------------------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe, e-mail: > > trinity-users-unsubscribe@... For additional > > commands, e-mail: trinity-users-help@... Read > > list messages on the web archive: > > http://trinity-users.pearsoncomputing.net/ Please remember not to > > top-post: > > http://trinity.pearsoncomputing.net/mailing_lists/#top-posting > > > Cheers, Gene Heskett Hi Gene! I have none of these issuse, but I have banned systemd from all linuxcnc-boxes. Nik -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.