Why pavucontrol is not installed by default?
andreas.tunek at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 21:52:35 UTC 2009
ons 2009-12-09 klockan 13:46 -0500 skrev Jon Masters:
> On Wed, 2009-12-09 at 02:44 -0500, Orcan Ogetbil wrote:
> > On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 2:05 PM, Jon Masters wrote:
> > >
> > > The new gnome-volume-control is so cut-down it's not useful to me. In
> > > the quest to be more Mac-like in removing mixer controls (and not even
> > > having any obvious "advanced" mode), I now have a choice of no audio or
> > > having full volume LFE output *and* whatever mixer level I have set for
> > > the master output. alsamixer works fine, but then I can't use the volume
> > > sliders on my desktop and it gets rather awkward.
> > Sadly, they consider this bug as an enhancement. I have had friends
> > who had the same hardware with me but they were using another OS. I
> > remember them being jealous because I had so much more control over
> > same sound card. It made me proud at the time. I fear that this
> > disease of oversimplifying will make us forget why we are using Linux.
> All paranoia and ranting aside, there is some truth to this. There is a
> definite trend in the Linux community to want to cater to the lowest
> common denominator by being more Mac/Windows-esque. I put up with it
> because I can usually ignore it (I refuse on principal to use a GUI to
> copy a file, for example, but that's just me being weird), but I don't
> see the harm in hiding the advanced stuff under a checkbox - the
> advanced mixer stuff is still there underneath after all.
Then why can't you use the old alsamixer?
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