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Recently programs such as noatun, juk, amarok... stopped playing ogg vorbis music files. Mp3s work fine. So does playing ogg vorbis using
#:~ ogg123 foo.ogg -d arts
Which tells me it's not a problem with aRts. KMplayer plays them fine too, probably because it uses mplayer's engine to play the songs. So what piece of software in KDE is responsible for decoding the oggs that isn't in ogg123 or mplayer? Can I just reinstall it (or the packages that include it), or is there maybe a setting in KDE that got messed up?
Thanks. Also, I'm running slackware, and using kde 3.3.0.
Distribution: Slackware 14 (Server),OpenSuse 13.2 (Laptop & Desktop),, OpenSuse 13.2 on the wifes lappy
Another one having the same problem. Also, can I ask if you can still hear your audio files within konqueror. It used to be that from the View>Preview toolbar, it was possible to just hover the mouse over audio files to hear them, but that to appears broken.
OK, did any of you use-----(UGH) swaret to update to current??
the oggutils package should be "replaced" with--------
Before you install the 3 listed packages........oggutils has to be removed or
you will get some oddball errors!! do a google for the current versions of these...............