[PC-BSD Testing] PCBSD7 Alpha 2 with KDE 4.1 Beta 2
protagonist at charter.net
Tue Jul 8 11:16:47 PDT 2008
That got my notifications working as well. To make matters worse the
ogain setting was not even showing. I had to go in and check mark the
box. If it had been showing I would have tried unmuting it and turning
up the output. And I still get no sound from my CD's.
On Jul 8, 2008, at 10:41 AM, Andreas Betschart wrote:
> OK, that was silly!
> There is sound in PCBSD7 Alpha 2 with KDE 4.1 Beta 2, but with mixer
> turned to 0, obviously no sound can be heard. Maybe setting a
> default of 75
> for ogain would be a good idea.
> Unfortunately not everything is perfect. System notifications are
> audible. JuK
> will play ogg files, Dragon Player will play wmv files, but neither
> will play
> an mp3 file.
> Running "xine" in an xterm will give you: bash: xine: command not
> Am Dienstag, 8. Juli 2008 18:20:06 schrieb Bill Leeper:
>> Kris Moore wrote:
>>> Bill Leeper wrote:
>>>> Now that you mention it I am having the same problem. I have no
>>>> at all and it works fine with Edison
>>>> On Jul 6, 2008, at 5:29 AM, Andreas Betschart wrote:
>>>>> There is no sound. This is strange, since I have never had sound
>>>>> issues on the
>>>>> PC I used for testing. Not even with the first alpha.
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>>> Strange, on both of my test systems here, the sound seems to work
>>> Can you guys do a bit of checking for me on this?
>>> First, make sure your sound backend is set to gstreamer, the xine
>>> doesn't work from what I understand, its still experimental. Next
>>> bringing up the "notifications" section in "system settings", and
>>> some of the sounds. Do you hear anything at all? If not, then try
>>> two things.
>>> Open up xterm, and run "tail -f .xsession-errors", and then try
>>> a sound in the notifications panel again. Do you see any error
>>> Then lastly, in xterm, try running "xine", and open up a sound file,
>>> such as a MP3 or something, do you hear sound from it?
>> gstreamer is the backend
>> None of the notifications produce any sound
>> "tail -f .xsession-errors"
>> I just get some lines of information, but nothing that seems to be
>> an error
>> Running xine in xterm results in a Command not found message
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