Months ago I updated my Suse 9.2 to a kind of Open Suse 10.0 (the one
that was included with Linux Magazine some while ago). Now I notice that
RealPlay(er) does not work anymore. From the command line with
"realplay" it says:
/usr/bin/realplay: line 70: /usr/bin/aoss: Toegang geweigerd
Or, in plain English: No Access
From KDE it fires realplay-kde wich does not show anything usefull. But
from the command line it says the same.
So, I downloaded the latest and greatest RealPlayer 10, de-installed
what I had and installed what I downloaded. Then Realplay worked like a
charm. BUT. But amaroK did not anymore. It needed rvplayer that my
downloaded version of Realplayer did not carry with it, as did the
version that came with Suse. I tried to find a decent copy of rvplayer
but ended up with al kind of broken dependencies.
So I deinstalled my downloaded RealPlayer 10 and re-installed what came
with Suse and now I'm stuck again, because this version keeps giving
this annoying message:
/usr/bin/realplay: line 70: /usr/bin/aoss: Toegang geweigerd.
As a result Mozilla shows uncharacteristic behaviour by disappearing in
a whiff when I klick on some links (I assume).
I hope someone can shed some light on my dark path.
Thanks anyway for reading.