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Old 08-03-2004, 01:46 PM   #1
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Exclamation Surprising Behaviour of VideoLan Media Player

I have Red Hat. I use KPPP as a user and Gnome as the root. As a root, I am able to play an MP3 with Video Lan Media Player. However, while working as a user with KPPP, my Video Lan Media Player behaves strangely.

When I open it, it opens.
When I click open file, it brings up a popup window from where I have to add an mp3 file.
It adds one mp3 file but as soon as it comes to play it opens the file and in a blink of my eye the media player disapears. Before disappearing perhaps it takes the progress tab to the end. (In fact it does all this in a fraction of moment so I am not able to see what happens when the play button is clicked.

Besides, when I click any mp3 file, some other player comes up but it does not play the file even after clicking the play button. (This is the case with the user as well as with the root). Could anybody help me out please?



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