Re: XMMS & KDE Incompatibility???
I am using the artsd plugin and have had the same problems...havent since
going to 2.2.2, but its only been a few days.
What seems to be happening is artsd is dying....restarting artsd and xmms (I
usually killall both anyways, just to be sure) fixes the problem at least
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rene" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, December 17, 2001 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: XMMS & KDE Incompatibility???
> 12/17/01 2:46:45 AM, Derek Gladding <email@example.com> wrote:
> >I've had similar intermittent problems with XMMS, both with KDE 2.2.1
> >and 2.2.2. Killing XMMS then restarting artsd seems to unjam the
> >system. No idea why this is happening though...
> >- Derek
> >On Sunday 16 December 2001 07:49 pm, Robert Tilley wrote:
> >> When I try to use XMMS as an mp3 player, it often dies without
> >> warning under KDE 2.2.2.
> >> I use XMMS as I know of no mp3 organizer for noatun which will
> >> display the ID3 tags and not the filenames. But that's neither here
> >> nor there.
> >> XMMS is supposed to be mature software and I've had a good experience
> >> with it until recently. Has anyone else had troubles with XMMS?
> >> Robert
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> Are you guys using the XMMS arts output plugin? I know that helped me to
get XMMS to work with KDE.
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