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Re: [SLUG] XMMS not working after Ximian Desktop install...
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] XMMS not working after Ximian Desktop install...
- From: Keiran Sweet <keiranj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue Nov 13 21:26:07 2001
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Jeff Waugh wrote:
<quote who="Keiran Sweet">
2 posts in one day...
I have just installed Ximian Desktop to see what its like, and its not
to bad, except for the one problem that xmms now refuses to work.
Have you tried running it from the command line to see if there's any error
output? How about anything in ~/.gnome-errors?
Nope, nothing, that files doesnt exist.
I have tried using mpg123 to play the audio files and they work fine and
i have also tried reinstalling xmms via RPM, no luck.
yeah, a pain seeing i just got a whole stack of new music :)
I attempted to build xmms (latest verison from src) and have had no luck
I get a compile time error as follows...
/usr/include/libgnorba/gnome-factory.h:7:23: orb/orbit.h: No such file
You'll need to install the orbit development packages. Not sure what they're
called under Red Hat, but you will find them in Red Carpet.
Yeah, i checked that also, now this is where things get weird.
ximian has installed its own packages for this...
keiran@Mortesia$ rpm -qa |grep -i orbit
I just wonder if these have conflicts with some applications
I am guessing it would be a bad thing to install both sets ;P