Re: Could not play mp3

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I'm all new to Linux and had sorta the same problem... Apparently XMMS dosent come with a mp3 plug in because of some licence problems... found a proper plugin at the end of this link:


Chandra Sekhar, G wrote:
Rajesh Menon wrote:

have u installed the 'xmms-mp3' package?
if not, do so. rh does not support mp3 format out of
the box.

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  I could not play MP3 and WAV files on my Redhat
8.0 box.  But I could
play, Midi.  Please tell me where to look to make it



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It (XMMS) was seleced, it seems, during installation.  When I use gnome Desktop
envornment, I could invoke XMMS.  Whenever I press the Play button, it asks me
to select files.  After I select, close the selection dialog box and press
play, it again asks me to select files.  I observed similar beheavior on an
another (differ from XMMS, atleaset in user interface)  package that is known
to play MP3.  I do not remember its name.

Previously I used play MP3 files on a Redhat 7.2, from command prompt with tha
command mpg123 or mpg321.  I could not do that not.

Any clue, please?

Thanks and regards,

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