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Audax sound selector updated to revision B and Wlansetup updated to a version 0.3.1-Audax

Recently, I made some much needed updates to two programs, which will also be present in the upcoming Audax 0.1.4.

Wlansetup updated to a version 0.3.1-Audax:

The update fixes a typo, which caused misbehavior on /etc/rc.local if there were already some lines present in it. Now Wlansetup adds the autostart line nicely to the end of /etc/rc.local.

*Note. If you get weird errors when using usb wlan sticks try another usb port. I had one usb port, which gave me plenty of errors and refused to start the interface scan of Wlansetup correctly – all other ports worked just fine.

Get the updated version from here: https://www.techtimejourney.net/wlan-setup-program-wpa2-wpa-psk-debian-family/

Audax sound selector updated to revision B:

The update adds Alsa HDMI support and a simple cli menu to keep things in order.

*Note if you use DebianĀ  Jessie/Sid your Alsa services might be masked. If this is the case just reboot the computer and your sound settings should load up correctly.

Get the updated version from here: https://www.techtimejourney.net/audax-sound-selector-program-released/

Audax sound selector program released (Updated 3th of February 2015)


Recently I have been in a quite a hurry but now it is time to return to the wonderful world of Linux once again. Here is one of my recent makings titled as Audax sound selector. The program works within a command line a.k.a. terminal client.  Its sole purpose is to ease the selection of sound cards if you have multiple devices. For example: In the year 2007 I used to have a Soundblaster card along with an integrated Intel sound card inside my computer. Continue reading