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Re: how to play an audio cd?



On Sat, Dec 27, 2008 at 7:26 AM, Timothy Murphy <gayleard eircom net> wrote:
> slamp slamp wrote:
>
>>> By "does nothing" do you really mean "nothing"?  Or, does the cd spin
>>> the timer counts but not sound?
>
>> it spins for a few seconds then it stops. nothing else happens in
>> rhythmbox, no timer etc. i am using gnome, volume is good like i said
>> cd plays in sound juicer. is it possible the rhythmbox/gstreamer can't
>> play wav files? ive installed all plugins for gstreamer but i am not
>> sure if rhythmbox uses gstreamer. i dont have the analog cable from my
>> cd/dvd drive to my sound card.
>
> There are 10 different programs for playing CDs in Fedora.
> At any moment, 1 of them will play and the other 9 won't.
> That's life under Fedora.
> At the moment I find JuK is working and rhythmbox is not.
> A few weeks ago it was the other way round.
>
> I am just thankful it is 1/10 and not 0/10 .
>
>
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that is just sad in my opinion. there is only one installed app in xp
or vista and it does what an average user needs.

i believe that no new computers have the analog cable from the cd/dvd
drive to the sound card. i have a Samsung SH-S203N (sata) which do not
include this cable.


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