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Simple mixer control program with GUI and text interfaces

aumix is a small, easy-to-use program to control the mixer of your sound card. It runs in text mode using the ncurses library, or from the command line (non-interactively). It can read default settings from a file, and it can also automatically save and restore the mixer settings at shutdown and boot.

Additionally this version can be run as a GTK+ app, i.e. with a graphical interface. It can also still run in text-only mode, though.

Package version:2.9.1-1


Debian specific notes for the aumix-gtk package

1. Enabling auto save and restore

The package contains an init.d script that can save the mixer settings upon
shutdown, and restore them (as soon as possible) upon booting. If you
want to use this, put


in /etc/default/aumix. 

In earlier versions, the auto-save option was enabled by de


aumix (2.9.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
    + Fixes an issue with the cursor color after exiting	closes: #276360
  * debian/rules:
    + Removed call to autoreconf and corresponding cleanup stuff
    + Removed the --without-gtk1 and --without-alsa configure switches
  * debian/patches:
    + 01_gtk_failmsg.patch: removed parts that have been applied upstream
    + 15_man-fi


$Aumix: aumix/ChangeLog,v 1.101 2010/05/06 03:36:47 trevor Exp $

1993-10-23 - version 0.1

1993-11-28 - version 0.2
- doesn't assume existence of any device (volume, bass, etc.)
- some minor bug fixes
- some bug fixes to work correctly with SB Pro
- should now work correctly when multiple copies are run simultaneously

1996-08-23 - version 1.0
- added command-line interface

1996-09-02 - version 


This package was debianized by Tom Lees on Sat, 7
Dec 1996 13:50:20 +0000 and i

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