Re: XMMS: No output plugins specified
Yes, I spoke too soon, I also have that playlist problem. I agree that an
upgrade will fix it, hopefully soon.
On Friday 28 July 2006 3:14 am, Markus Neviadomski wrote:
> Am Freitag, den 28.07.2006, 02:39 -0700 schrieb Chris Wakefield:
> > install xmms-arts. I just fixed the exact same problem.
> > Chris W.
> But you have to use the artsd, right? I don't want to do this :)
> Now it seems, that xmms is broken completely. I installed xmms-arts and
> xmms-crossfade and both plugins could be selected. Trying to add a new
> title to the playlist fails without any message box or in the terminal.
> As root, the crossfade-plugin works with an old playlist very nice,
> arts-output makes some error, because no artsd is installed.
> Purging all xmms pakets, reinstall only xmms, xmms-arts, xmms-crossfade
> and deleting the .xmms directory in user-home didn't solve the problem.
> The plugins are available, but creating a playlist failed without any
> I have to wait for an upgraded package, i think.
> > On Friday 28 July 2006 2:30 am, Markus Neviadomski wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > after apt-get update && apt-get upgrade on my amd64-box (debian
> > > unstable), xmms doesn't work. After startup and pressing play in xmms,
> > > the following message appears: "no output plugins specified".
> > >
> > > Looking in the Settings-panel, the select-box for the output is empty.
> > > I searched the debian packages for any output-plugins, but I found
> > > nothing for alsa or so on.
> > >
> > > I'm using kernel 2.6.14-1-amd64-k8 with alsa, xmms has version 1.2.10
> > > now and the sounchip is a ac97-chip from realtek (ALC850).
> > >
> > > Any ideas?