[nas] [PATCH] changed method of setting the input gain
auerswal at unix-ag.uni-kl.de
Mon Jul 24 23:38:21 MDT 2006
On Mon, Jul 24, 2006 at 11:24:42PM -0600, Jon Trulson wrote:
> On Tue, 25 Jul 2006, Erik Auerswald wrote:
> >On Mon, Jul 24, 2006 at 07:16:18PM -0600, Jon Trulson wrote:
> >> So NAS clients would not be able to alter their gains for
> >> instance?
> >That's the idea. NAS would not use the mixer at all as if there was no
> Hmm.. I can see the bug reports now :) I'm not sure that's
> wise. I can understand not touching them unless specifically
> asked to by a client, but ignoring a client's legitimate
> request seems unwise.
I won't insist on this option and we should first sort the MixerInit
thing out... ;-)
A documented option to not use any mixer and a NAS server reporting no
changes to the mixer settings seems OK for me. This should not be the
> >> across the living room, after I've used NAS xmms at too loud a
> >> volume :)
> >The RestoreMixer option could indeed help here. ;-)
> Might be preferable for some... But can be handled
> independantly of any mixer init changes.
I don't think such an option would be useful anymore. Just as Paul wrote
this is not common for audio apps with mixer capabilites.
> >> Yeah, lets discuss the mixer init stuff and find something we can
> >> all be happy with :)
> >I've attached a patch that does what I think "mixerinit = no" should do
> >(and keeps the current behaviour for "mixerinit = yes").
> I've applied this.. it seems to make sense.
Thanks. Now we should have the equivalent of your MixerInit 0 and 1
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