I had this problem with Ubuntu. XMMS would play ok if started as root but not myself.Sorry I took a few days to return to this. Unexpected (unrelated) problems in the last few days... » On Fri, Jun 17, 2005 at 08:24PM +0200, Guillaume TESSIER wrote: > >I would clear the play list. Then try just one file. If that does not > >work, can you play that one file with another player? Loading only one file still does not work as well. The same file can be used with amarok (which I don't dare to use normally because amarok is waay too buggy). > Maybe you don't have the rights on those files... Do they belongs to the > same user who launch xmms? I own all files, I have read and write access to them. » On Fri, Jun 17, 2005 at 05:02PM +0100, Lee Braiden wrote: > It just seems to skip anything it can't play for whatever reason. If > the files are really there (not just there, on the path that xmms is > looking for them), check your audio settings, and the > presence/non-presence of audio daemons, as Aurélien suggested. I tried all possible audio playing plugins: OSS driver Esound Output Disk Writer ALSA These are all marked as 1.2.10. Thanks for all the suggestions and attention anyway... At the moment I'm also taking suggestions on other mp3 players and decent web radio being broadcasted in Real format :-| Just tried to get mpd to work and failed... Cheers, Francisco.
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