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Re: Sound Problem



On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 23:01:41 -0500, Omar Chicas wrote
> Yes I know, I enabled them, that's how I know that they are not 
> working unless you specify an external player which I don't like 
> using... I want to use the embeded player within KDE for the system sounds...
> 
> On Wednesday 15 December 2004 9:38 pm, Wolfgang Gill wrote:
> > On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 21:22:23 -0500, Omar Chicas wrote
> >
> > > I have FC3 on my IBM ThinkPad T21, and everything works just find, I
> > > can play MP3's, CD's, DVDs, any program with sound and it works. The
> > > problem I found was within KDE, the system sounds do not play and
> > > I've checked everything possible and can't seem to find a fix. Any ideas?
> > >
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> >
> > They are not enabled by default. You need to goto the Control Center Menu
> > to enable them. Check Sound & Multimedia section for that.
> >
> > Wolf

Hmm, they might have changed it in the new version I'm still running RH9 here.
And I don't have to specify an external player, it does it using aRts system.

Wolf
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