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More SuSE 9.2 troubles alas! I've set up (hopefully) my soundcard using Yast - at least
it seemed that it was OK, as I got system sound effects, such as the sound of
breaking glass when I log out. However, when I try to play an audio CD (which
worked fine in 8.2), I get no sound at all.
Looking at /var/log/messages, I find
Apr 3 07:25:22 linux kernel: cdrom: This disc doesn't have any tracks I recognize!
Apr 3 07:25:23 linux kernel: cdrom: This disc doesn't have any tracks I recognize!
Location: Student of University of Mumbai, Maharastra State, India
Distribution: Redhat Linux 9.0, Knoppix LIVE CD, Ubuntu Live CD, Kubuntu Live CD
Try playing the CD in your Audio Player or at a friends place. Check if it working there.
If not, find out data cd's working fine..
Also check your main volume settings in the volume control in the menu. Check your pcm2 (if applicable) and the cd volume levels