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I descovered rhythmbox, so i tried to put mp3's in it, no dice. Does it support mp3's? the mp3's are from windows, i ripped them from cd's using iTunes
Also, if the sound doesn't play for a cd, i ought to look for a new sound card driver? when i came to the "sound card" page of the installation, i didnt hear the sound i was supposed to. if i do need a new driver i can provide info on it, so i know what im looking for, but where should i look for one?
After this, you 'll have new program called "yumex" in your Applications->system tools menu, open it, update your kernel, and search for "mp3" in install section, also you can try: xvid, avi, mplayer, xine, etc..
I have done that as you said,and I have install yumex,but after I choose the mplayer,I do not know how to install it.
Hmm) Check needed packages, press add to queue, go to queue, and press process queue
After it yumex will begin to download software, then it will install everything. After that you can see installed programs in your menu.