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   * Sound management is complicated and most distributions give it ample consideration. The [[https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php?title=Advanced_Linux_Sound_Architecture|Archlinux Alsa wiki]] page may be helpful.   * Sound management is complicated and most distributions give it ample consideration. The [[https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php?title=Advanced_Linux_Sound_Architecture|Archlinux Alsa wiki]] page may be helpful.
   * {{ :dcore:alsamixer_with_muted_channels.png?162}}If everything is set up well but sound does not work ensure the appropriate channels are not muted. For example, run ''alsamixer'' in a terminal and ensure the volume bars are turned up and no applicable channels are muted (designated with 'MM' below volume slider). A muted 'PCM' channel may also disable sound. Enlarge the alsamixer screenshot to the right for several examples of muted sound channels. Also note the F6 key is used to switch audio devices if more than one device is installed.   * {{ :dcore:alsamixer_with_muted_channels.png?162}}If everything is set up well but sound does not work ensure the appropriate channels are not muted. For example, run ''alsamixer'' in a terminal and ensure the volume bars are turned up and no applicable channels are muted (designated with 'MM' below volume slider). A muted 'PCM' channel may also disable sound. Enlarge the alsamixer screenshot to the right for several examples of muted sound channels. Also note the F6 key is used to switch audio devices if more than one device is installed.
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