nigel at rmk.co.il
Sat Apr 22 06:13:19 BST 2006
Dean Gagne wrote:
> I did have a sound blaster card that I have dropped in and it picked it
> up with no problem. Sound works now, but I cannot get Amorok to work.
> Says engine cannot play mp3 files, it won't play my CD's and it won't
> play the streaming audio. I am sure I am doing something wrong. One of
> the errors mentioned trying a different engine, but there is only one
> engine listed in the drop down. One of the reasons I am trying this
> version is I had heard it was pretty good for multimedia stuff, but it
> doesn't seem to work straight out of the box.
> On 4/20/06, *Elijah Lofgren* <elijahlofgren at elijahlofgren.com
> <mailto:elijahlofgren at elijahlofgren.com>> wrote:
> Hmm.. I don't see anything mentioning a sound card there.
> Maybe you could buy a cheap sound card and use that?
> Elijah Lofgren
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This is from a previous post:
Install the package amarok-engines and you should get all the engines.
I am pretty sure you do not need to rebuild amarok.
I know there is a decent xine engine (my favourite) and a ARTS engine.
I think there is also a gstreamer engine in Breezy, but I don't see it
on my dapper install.
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