fanthom wrote: ↑
17 Feb 2016, 08:30
"when the soundcard is not detectet in general, then the alsa state file should not have any effect. Or i'am wrong with that?"
The kernel message you quoted is meaningless as alsa drivers are compiled as modules and loaded later by udev.
Please run 'aplay -l' command and check if any soundcards are listed - if yes then there is a hope.
"I only have to copy the file to asound.state in /var/lib/alsa/?"
You need to add 'alsactl' utility to kiosk ISO and run following command during startup:
'alsactl -f /etc/t100_B.state restore'
alsa config file is placed in /etc.
I know this is an old post but I'm running into similar issues and have a couple of questions about the above direction.
Running latest PK 4.7 iso
How can I save default alsamixer values for my soundcard?
I've looked for the file /var/lib/alsa/asound.state and also /etc/asound.state (as per other linux versions) but the file seems to be nowhere. I'd like to save the default values for the alsamixer components in a module and recompile so that I can dictate what they are by default.
Is there a better way? run command?
How can I add 'alsactl" utility as a module?
I'm fairly new to customizing and am not quite sure what folders should be added to the module to add alsactl