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Old 06-11-2009, 09:51 AM   #1
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MP3 Playback

I am trying to play some MP3s on Fedora 10. I have tried both Amarok and XMMS and neither one works. XMMS says Fedora has stripped MP3 playback. I have seen posts and webpages saying what packages need to be installed for Suse and Ubuntu, but nothing about Fedora. I did see one page that mentioned a package, but when I tried to install the package via yum and synaptic, neither could find the package.

Also, the music is on my Vista partition and Amarok can see it, but XMMS can't. Is there any way to allow XMMS to see it? Thanks for all your help!
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