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.
Can any body give me list of Media Players that SuseLinux 10.0 Have.
Is that Have M player, Xine
Which Distro Included Firefox 1.5 ?
I used Fedora core 4 . Now I want to use Suse . But I am little
confused that which distro I should use . In
website I found SuseLinux 10.0 or Open Linux 10.1
what is the difference between them ?
I just installed SUSE Linux 10.0 on my system. But I am not able to
configure sound (I configured through YAST), although when I click on test
button I am able to hear the sound but when I play an audio cd I can't hear
anything. The audio cd is an auto play and it shows me the time and menu of
tracks in the audio cd on the media player (xmms and the default audio
Please help me in correcting the issue.
Besides that I am also not able to play mp3 in SUSE. It seems that the
players require a plugin to play the mp3 files. Where can I find the
mp3 plugin for SUSE Specific??
Any help, greatly appreciated.
Following is the configuration of my machine:-
1) Pentium III 500 MHz
2) 4 MB Video RAM
2) 256 MB Ram
3) 20 GB HDD