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XPediTioN 07-06-2003 01:44 PM

Audio in Slackware
 
I want to know why I can't play any cd when I am using Slackware, I also want to know what kind of program can I use to download mp3 in Linux, such as Kazaa

Locura 07-06-2003 02:11 PM

First of all, what apps are you using to try to play CDs? Second, do you have an audio cable running from the back of the CD-ROM to the audio input on your soundcard?

XPediTioN 07-06-2003 03:41 PM

mP3 and Cds don't play
 
I want to know how to make my music Cds play on Slackware

Locura 07-06-2003 03:43 PM

OK, well I can't help you unless you answer my questions. I'm not psychic, so just repeating that you want to be able to play the CDs isn't going to help any.

aaa 07-07-2003 03:49 PM

There are plenty of programs that can play cds and mp3s. Does your sound work? Find a sound file and try it.

anadyr 07-07-2003 06:31 PM

try to see if you can play sounds while you.re root... if you can, you have to set write permissions on /dev/dsp so that normal users can use it as well... (man chmod)
if you can.t, then maybe your kernel doesn.t support your soundcard yet; compile a new kernal (there.s a good guide for that somewhere here)

and maybe you can google for linux filesharing programs (d.uh...)

yolopollo 07-07-2003 11:36 PM

Ok: :scratch:
Try this:
1- Logon as root
2- from the command line enter the following:
$chmod 666 /dev/dsp* /dev/mixer*

If this doesn't help, then you'll need to recompile the kernel with the modules for your sound card

Hope this helps.:study:


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