Re: No sound after installing KDE...
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From: "lunaticmarkino" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 5:01 AM
Subject: Re: No sound after installing KDE...
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> Rony wrote:
> | Hi,
> | I just install KDE, first when I login as normal user, an err box
> | appear stated that there's a permission problem in /dev/dsp. And I
> | added my account to the audio group. This fix the problem, no err box.
> | But when I try to play a mp3, no sound. What's wrong?
> add your self to audio group or try to set the permission to rw-rw-rw
> | My second question is that I want to install a Java Development Kit
> | from Sun. From the website, for Linux I can see:
> | * Linux RPM in self-extracting file (jdk-1_5_0-linux-i586-rpm.bin,
> | 42.50 MB)
> | * Linux self-extracting file (jdk-1_5_0-linux-i586.bin, 43.95 MB)
> | Which one should I get? I think should be the self-extracting one? If I
> | install that one, how am I suppose to uninstall it later?
> i installed the self-extracting file. you can install it in your home
> directory, only you can use java, or in /usr/local, my choice. remember
> to set the PATH variable. in my case:
> export PATH JAVA_HOME
> just a question: i add the three lines in my .bashrc, but this work for
> me only. where i have to add them if i want to make it work for all the
Add it in /etc/profile for all users.