Jamie Lokier wrote:
> Yes, do make sure it is in there.
What's actually the exact statement ? Does anything change if you
don't switch from OSS to ALSA ?
Would something like this be correct ?
ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) is now the preferred architecture for sound support, instead of the older OSS (Open Sound System). Note that all volume settings default to zero in ALSA, so user space needs to explicitly increase the volume before any sound can be heard.
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