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Thread: How to change sound volume in KDE?

  1. #1
    DrakeCode
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    How to change sound volume in KDE?

    Yes, I'm a newbie. I can't seem to figure out where the damn volume control is in KDE. All my sounds are extremely loud and my speakers don't have a volume control of their own. My keyboard has a volue control but it doesn't seem to work under linux.

    Can anyone help me with this?

    Thanx,
    DrakeCode

  2. #2
    Spot
    Guest

    Re:How to change sound volume in KDE?

    It's called kmix. It should be available via the menu or you can start it from the terminal window.

  3. #3
    DrakeCode
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    Re:How to change sound volume in KDE?

    Thax! I'm sure my neighbors will appreciate it.

    DrakeCode

  4. #4
    Spot
    Guest

    Re:How to change sound volume in KDE?

    LOL!!

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    Re:How to change sound volume in KDE?

    you can make it start up with kde
    go into your autostart folder (i think its ~/.kde/Autostart) and create a link to it (right click>new>launcher) then it will always be there for you
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  6. #6
    JimH
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    Re:How to change sound volume in KDE?

    Quote Originally Posted by DrakeCode
    Thax! I'm sure my neighbors will appreciate it.

    DrakeCode
    You could leave it the way it is and make sure you play something the like. :P :

    Jim H

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