Using Leap 42.1 (fresh install) on a Lenovo x230, using XFCE as Desktop
When muting the “Master” Channel, the “Speaker” channel also gets muted (respectively the “Headphone” channel if a headphone is plugged in). When unmuting “Master” the other muted channel stays muted. This is pretty annoying as this notebook features a dedicated mute button which is now useless as I always have to open up a mixer (xfce mixer or alsamixer) to get sound back – don’t get me wrong, this also happens when I mute master using software.
Is there any way to disable this behavior? (i.e. just muting “Master”, and nothing else)
With that it just works perfectly without any further modifications.
But I do not know how to proceed from the link.
I do understand I have to choose the option openSUSE_Leap_42.2/ because that is my operating system But I do not know what to do with that or how to research for it.