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Old 1st January 2008, 11:41 PM
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Front-Panel/Rear-Panel Audio

I have both front-panel and rear-panel line-out connections on my computer case, and both are outputting line-out audio just fine. However, I would like to have the rear-panel output muted when something is plugged into the front-panel line-out connector. For example, I have my normal speakers connected to the rear-panel line-out and would like for them to be muted when I plug head-phones into the front-panel connector. Is there a configuration option for this somewhere? I have tried looking through the GNOME Volume Control program, but I cannot find any options for this.

I have this set up in Windows XP and Vista, so I know its supported.
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Old 2nd January 2008, 01:17 AM
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