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Description of problem:
My soundcard is onboard (Intel Corp. 82801EB AC'97 Audio Controller)
on my Gigabyte 8KNXP mainboard. It was detected correctly and works fine.
I've connected the audio output of my Hauppauge WinTV BT848 card
connected to the input of the soundcard.
When I open gnome-volume-control and try to mute the input channel the
volume is only lowered a little bit but not completely muted.
Another problem is that when mute and lock are both activated lock
does not work anymore. This means that the volume level for left and
right channel is not changed simultaneusly anymore.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. try to mute the input channel using gnome-volume-control
After playing around a little bit I found out that when I set the
volume of Input1 to 0 it is now possbile to mute Input completely. So
Input and Input1 seem to be related in a way. Maybe a problem of the
kernel audio driver?
This does sound like a driver issue, but it's hard to be sure.
Have you had a chance to give this a try with FC2?
I can't reproduce the problem right now with FC2 fully patched.
BTW: Why do I have both: "Intel ICH5 [Alsa Mixer]" and "Realtek 658
rev 0 [OSS Mixer]" tabs in gnome-volume-control? Shouldn't ALSA
completely replace OSS?
Thanks for following up.
As for both mixers - yes, it's a bug, hopefully will be fixed for FC4.