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new user 07-30-2003 02:46 AM

gnomemeeting sound card problem
Hi all !
I m trying to run gnomemeeting on my system.
Now the problem is that,
My sound card seems to work all right with the gnome sound card recorder.
It does not play any mp3's though (no noatun, kaboodle works ).
I have not tried anyother format except mp3.
Now when i try to configure the gnomemeeting sound card configuration and run the test audio it gives the following error
"The selected audio device (/dev/dsp) was successfully opened but it is impossible to write data to this device. Please check your audio setup."

and Btw my system specification is as follows.
Motherboard gigabit.
sound card is build in and the sound card detection shows the followin sound card
Vendor: Intel Corp.
Model: 82810DB AC'97 Audio
Module: i810_audio

OS: redhat 9.0
i m really in need of help if it could come quickly
plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz help me

mhearn 07-30-2003 04:44 AM

For MP3s, you need to install MP3 support into the operating system (not shipped by default for legal reasons). See

Try running "killall esd" before running gnomemeeting.

subeeshes 07-30-2003 05:39 AM

Use alsa driver for getting the MP3 player running in linux 9 if your motherboard is intel 810


new user 07-30-2003 05:59 AM

thanx folks
here's some more information (since this is the first time i m venturing into this so i dono much abt this)
Motherboard GA 8LD533 ~intel 845 GL
chipset us ICH4 i/o controller Hub
abd ut says that On-Board Sound is
RealTek Ac97 CODEC
btw how can i know if my sound card is full duplex or not
a depressed user.

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