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Old 28th July 2008, 07:52 PM
Gatemaze Offline
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change volume from the terminal

Hi,

running Fedora.9 with Gnome. I was just wondering how/if I can change the volume level from the terminal... I am not referring to alsamixer or any other tools, rather to what these are calling... eg. the volume-control applet on the panels... does it invoke some kind of high level program that changes the volume? cheers.
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