--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jim WW4M" <ww4m@i...> wrote:
Most people forget you can use aumix from a command prompt instead of
using the arrow keys to move left right. For instance, "aumix -q"
will query aumix to display all current settings. "aumix -o 80" will
set the output level to 80 (out of 100). Finally, "aumix -S" will
save any changes.
Yep... you are right. Forgot about that one!