xmixer [-h?qnVD] [-m <device>] [-d
xgmixer [-h?qnVD] [-m <device>] [--display
XMixer is a X11 soundcard mixer program for the Linux OS. It uses the OSS/Free
sound driver so it may work also on other OS which support OSS/Free. It is
published under the GNU General Public License, Version 2.
Use the up and down cursor keys or the mouse for changing the values of the
To bring back the menu use the middle mouse button.
Use an alternate mixer device, '/dev/mixer' is the default.
Quiet mode - parse and eval the configuration file, do not start the X11
interface but terminate. This mode is designed for batches to initialize the
mixer interface with your previous saved values, e.g. '~/.xsession'.
Do (n)ot load the SCFF configuration file on start up.
Show version information of xmixer on standard output.
Just dump the settings of the mixer device to stdout and exit. Perhaps this is
interessting for some usage in shell scripts ..
Default: '/dev/mixer', this is ignored in batch only or in dump mode, use the
'-m <dev_name>' switch instead ..
Default: '30', time in seconds for updating the slider positions if an other
program has changed mixer setting.
Default: 'xterm -e man xmixer &', command which should be executed if the
Help->Manual menu entry is choosen.
Default: 'black', color which should be used for the border if you activate a
XMixer is published under the GNU General Public License