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Just curious, I found the xmms-mp3 rpm and tried to install it, but the add/remove hardware program computed the package dependencies and said it needed but couldn't find xmms. The confusing part is, I have xmms installed, and it works just fine (except for playing mp3s). How can I have xmms installed, but the system doesn't know it's there?
download that apt from fresh rpms that will save you a ton of trouble once you have apt installed type apt-get update than apt-get install synaptic which is a graphical frontend for apt. using apt an synaptic will take care of most dependency problems
I know it sounds crazy but on my system,xmms plays mp3's by default!!I haven't installed the mpg support plugin.It's a fresh install and beats me how this could happen.is it a bug or something?Amazing!!