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can anyone explain to me why my mp3s won't play? xmms popped up a note saying it doesn't support mp3 anymore but with noatun and kaboodle nothing happens.. the program pops up but doesn't do anything i use redhat 9 i just installed it like an hour ago and so far it sucks really really bad
i'm on kde if that helps anyone to help me..
ok well i got that thing killed and the rpm was installed but the mp3s are buzzing so bad almost like my speakers are blown but i know they are not blown because they sounded perfect before i installed redhat 9
i use the soundcard on my motherboard do you think it could be a hardware issue? i have a cheap soundcard in my drawer but i don't know if installing it will make a difference.. any comments?
ok now i reinstalled redhat 9 and installed that plugin for xmms again and it WAS working fine but now it just stopped
i click on an mp3 and it opens but does nothing
does anyone know what the hell is going on?
ok actually i looked at the preferences and everything and it said the plugin was correctly installed and what not but i changed the output plugin to a different one in the list and it works YaY! now i just gotta get mplayer :/