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MIXERCTL.CONF(5)		     BSD File Formats Manual			 MIXERCTL.CONF(5)

NAME
     mixerctl.conf -- audio mixer configuration file

SYNOPSIS
     mixerctl.conf

DESCRIPTION
     The /etc/mixerctl.conf file consists of mixerctl(1) variables to set at boot time.  Each
     line of mixerctl.conf has the following format:
	   variable=value

     To generate a mixerctl.conf from the current mixer settings, execute:
	   mixerctl -a > /etc/mixerctl.conf

     Set mixerctl to YES in rc.conf(5) to have the variables set at boot time.	Additionally, you
     can have the settings saved and restored for the devices of your choice by listing them in
     mixerctl_mixers in rc.conf(5).

FILES
     /etc/mixerctl.conf

EXAMPLES
     Example mixer settings for an esa(4) audio adapter:

     outputs.master=255,255
     outputs.master.mute=off
     outputs.mono=255
     outputs.mono.mute=on
     outputs.mono.source=mixerout
     outputs.headphones=255,255
     outputs.headphones.mute=off
     outputs.tone=255,255
     inputs.speaker=255
     inputs.speaker.mute=off
     inputs.phone=191
     inputs.phone.mute=on
     inputs.mic=191
     inputs.mic.mute=on
     inputs.mic.preamp=off
     inputs.mic.source=mic0
     inputs.line=191,191
     inputs.line.mute=on
     inputs.cd=191,191
     inputs.cd.mute=on
     inputs.video=255,255
     inputs.video.mute=off
     inputs.aux=255,255
     inputs.aux.mute=off
     inputs.dac=191,191
     inputs.dac.mute=off
     record.source=mic
     record.volume=255,255
     record.volume.mute=off
     record.mic=0
     record.mic.mute=off
     outputs.loudness=off
     outputs.spatial=off
     outputs.spatial.center=0
     outputs.spatial.depth=0

SEE ALSO
     mixerctl(1), rc.conf(5)

HISTORY
     The mixerctl.conf configuration file first appeared in NetBSD 2.0.

BSD					  April 5, 2003 				      BSD
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