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asmixer 0.5

The AfterStep Mixer
by Rob Malda
malda@cs.hope.edu
http://www.cs.hope.edu/~malda/


DESCRIPTION:
This program is designed to rain fire and brimstone upon a thousand lands
crushing an infinite number of souls with devestation never before experienced
by man.  Either that, or it might just be a simple
Mixer Utility for Linux systems.  Requires /dev/mixer to work.  The
3 buttons are quite simply Volume, CD, and PCM.

And of course, asmixer looks best under the Afterstep WM!


INSTALLATION:
xmkmf
make


I suggest putting asmixer in your Wharf-
*Wharf - - Swallow "asmixer" asmixer &

Or else Dock it in WindowMaker!
asmixer -w &
and then drag & drop it!


Have fun.
questions & comments go to me
malda@cs.hope.edu

No guarantees.  Freely distributable yada yada


RELEASE HISTORY
v0.5   6/14/97
  - The -w option now makes ASMixer Dockable in WindowMaker!
  - Ximenes <ximenes@netset.com> hooked us up with aman page

v0.4.1 5/17/97
  - '-v' option to set default volume at runtime.  
    Thanx to Alen Salamun <snowman@hal9000.medinet.si>
    (Sorry I forgot ya last time around)

v0.4 - 2/14/97
  - Changed the XPMs a bit to make it look (I think) a bit cooler.
  - Made it possible to slide the buttons.
  - Thanks to Yuri A. Pudgorodsky <yur@jannet.ecsc.mipt.ru> asmixer
    should be fully compatible with Linux 2.1.x.  I'm still using
    2.0.x, so I haven't checked it, but I'm sure its great!
 
v0.3
  - the XPM is now transparentized.  Sorry guys.  I meant it to be
    a hint for people to make a real icon...
  - Less debugging output.
  - Thanks to Chris Jantzen <cjantzen@geocities.com> you can now
    customize what each of the three sliders control.

v0.2
  - First realase was completely bug free.