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MUTE(1)			FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		       MUTE(1)

NAME
     mute -- use aumix to mute and un-mute sound output

SYNOPSIS
     This command does not take	any command-line arguments.

DESCRIPTION
     mute is a small script that uses aumix to conveniently mute and un-mute
     sound. If sound is	currently not muted, running mute will save your cur-
     rent settings to ~/.aumixrc (or /etc/aumixrc if you are root) and mute
     the sound.	 Running mute again will restore the settings.

BUGS
     The current ~/.aumixrc or /etc/aumixrc will be overwritten.

AUTHORS
     Ben Ford

SEE ALSO
     aumix(1)

FreeBSD	13.0		       December	11, 2002		  FreeBSD 13.0

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