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Old 06-15-2005, 07:54 PM   #16
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aint lettin me play cds through XMMS, and no sound from default media player...
in xmms go to preferrencies (CTRL+P) configure "Audio CD Player" in the device tab if no device is present
press add drive fill the info, device : (the device file) /dev/cdrom or /dev/hdb or something,
directory: the mount point of the device (something like /media/cdrom) and play mode: digital extraction.
If the info is correct, the next time you insert a CD in your drive, if you brown from XMMS (+FILE button) to the mount point you should be able to see virtual track files (like the one you see in windows file manager). If you add those files in the playlist will be able to play the CD tracks.

The default CD player does not do a digital audio extract which means that you need to have the cable connecting the CDROM with the sound card attached in order to play CD's.
 
Old 06-15-2005, 07:57 PM   #17
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open xmms press control+p ,click cd audio player under input plugins,click configure,under play mode click digital audio extraction.

click the upper left corner of xmms then play directory choose /mnt/cdrom or where fedora would mount the cdrom
 
Old 06-15-2005, 08:07 PM   #18
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open xmms press control+p ,click cd audio player under input plugins,click configure,under play mode click digital audio extraction.

click the upper left corner of xmms then play directory choose /mnt/cdrom or where fedora would mount the cdrom
I know, I post faster than you, but I think in fedora 3 the mount point for the cdroms is under /media and not /mnt.

P.S If everybody used slackware like we do, the world would be a better place, don't you think.
 
Old 06-15-2005, 08:32 PM   #19
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I use to have FC1 installed alot has change since then i guess. At least slackware makes you really learn how linux works.
 
Old 06-15-2005, 08:42 PM   #20
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I use to have FC1 installed alot has change since then i guess. At least slackware makes you really learn how linux works.
I had FC2 for some time and FC3 for a sort period of time. Now there is only slackware and Yoper (which I use very rarely) on my hd. What can I say? Slackware just rules....
 
Old 06-15-2005, 09:04 PM   #21
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I know, I post faster than you, but I think in fedora 3 the mount point for the cdroms is under /media and not /mnt.

P.S If everybody used slackware like we do, the world would be a better place, don't you think.
yeah, but the disk when i get to it in XMMS, I press play music, and nothing happens. Now I am just ripping the music to my computer (going to get an audio cable soon enough.)
 
  


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