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Hi, i am using Gnome 2 under Redhat 9, and am using OSS. MP3s play fine, but whenever i try playing a cd it says its playing but i can't hear anything. There is no cable link between and my cd player because i couldn't find the cable. I can access all the files on the cd, just can't play them.
yeah, im having the same problem....and i think it needs another plugin for the program because all i get is the bass from my music....and i can only hear it cuz my comp has a subwoofer cuz i had the same problem with xmms but i just messed with the plugins til i got the best sound but with redhat 9's cd player i don't see where you can do that
Distribution: Mandrake 9.0 1st/9.1 2nd/Gentoo 1.4 now
That happened to me and I just get the cd-read plug-in for XMMS and it reads the audio Cd's as and play them like if you were playing a wav file so you don't need to have the cable connected to your sound card for xmms to play your cds.
I don't have an audio cable attached to my soundcard.
The sound goes via the IDE cable.
How else can you create mp3/ogg files which are digital ?
Then you couldn't rip audio at 4x or any speed above 1x., right ?
It is not needed to attach an audiocable to your soundcard.