For your last question, use mplayer with win32 codes
package to play Windows media files. .. all formats
I use mandrake with Ensoniq sound card, so i never
configured anything . Install mandrake and it works
since sound comes out when you cat, try to see if
sound servers like esound or arts blocks... Try a
native player ...if in kde try
BTW i write this listening to songs...
--- "Dr. Jayaprakash J." <cbt_jperode@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I run RedHat 7.3 on a dual boot machine also running
Sound is perfect on windows. On the Linux side I
have configured the sound
card using 'sndconfig'.
The card is a Creative Vibra 128, and was identified
by Linux as
"Ensoniq/Creative" sound card.
The sample sound file was played. When I send some
other .wav file to
/dev/audio using 'cat' command it plays too.
But when I insert a audio CD the Gnome CD player
shows up and the time
counter starts, but without any sound.
Same is the case with XMMS. The open command in both
the applications show
tracks with duration of tracks in the /mnt/cdrom
folder. In XMMS the
plug-in for audio CDs is enabled.
Another question, Is there any way of playing .wma
(Windows media player
ripped) sound files in Linux?
Your sound minds can help my sound card. Thanks.
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