Re: Audio player error (amarok)
On 10/12/05, Jeremy Merritt <email@example.com> wrote:
> > 'cat /proc/asound/cards' returns "No such file or
> > directory"
--- marc <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> That's because you don't have a soundcard assigned
> to ALSA - which is
> what Gstreamer was telling you earlier, but it's
> best to check.
> Open the Control Centre/Sound & Multimedia/Sound
> Select ALSA in Select audio device and click apply.
> If that doesn't
> work, check your install of alsa-base.
I did as you described above. I received a long error
message including "Error while initializing the sound
driver: device: default can't be opened for playback
(No such device)." I then installed alsa-base (&
alsa-utils), attempted to select ALSA as the audio
device again, and received the same message. Not sure
what to do at this point.
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Have you run alsaconf?