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alsactl




SYNOPSIS

       alsactl [options] [store|restore] <card # or id>


DESCRIPTION

       alsactl  is used to control advanced settings for the ALSA
       soundcard drivers. It  supports  multiple  soundcards.  If
       your card has features that you can't seem to control from
       a mixer application, you have come to the right place.


INVOKING

       alsactl [options] [store|restore] <card # or id>

   Commands
       store saves the current  driver  state  for  the  selected
       soundcard to the configuration file.

       restore loads driver state for the selected soundcard from
       the configuration file.

       If no soundcards are specified, setup for all  cards  will
       be saved or loaded.

   Options
       -h, --help
              Help: show available flags and commands.

       -f, --file
              Select  the  configuration file to use. The default
              is /etc/asound.state

       -F, --force
              Used with restore  command.   Try  to  restore  the
              matching control elements as much as possible.

       -d, --debug
              Use debug mode: a bit more verbose.

       -v, --version
              Print alsactl version number.


FILES

       /etc/asound.state  (or  whatever file you specify with the


SEE ALSO

       amixer(1), alsamixer(1), aplay(1)


BUGS

       None known.


AUTHOR

       alsactl  is  by Jaroslav Kysela <perex@suse.cz> and Abramo
       Bagnara <abramo@alsa-project.org>.  This  document  is  by
       Paul Winkler <zarmzarm@erols.com>.

                           15 May 2001                 ALSACTL(1)
  
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