Problem with sound-juicer (maybe more than that)
bland at FreeBSD.org
Thu May 13 06:30:40 PDT 2004
Tom Parquette wrote:
> After my wife had a go around with an MP3 player, I started playing
> with audio on my 5-C machine.
> When I try to start Sound-juicer under Gnome2, I get the following:
> Could not start Sound Juicer
> Reason: The plugin necessary for CD access was not found.
> Please consult the documentation for assistance.
You must have gstreamer-plugins built with Cdparanoia (audio/paranoia)
support. Install Cdparanoia then run portupgrade -f gstreamer-plugins.
> This is a freshly upgraded machine and the Gnome 2.6 script just
> finished tonight. This problem was occurring before an after the
> FWIW, I tried just playing a ZZ Top CD using the
> Applications>multimedia>CD player and all I got was a little message
> stating "drive error". Either the hardware/software does not like ZZ
> Top ;-) or I may have something more fundemental wrong.
It depends. If you hardware likes other cds then ZZ Top really makes it
blue. In this case I bet you will see ata error messages on console. If
no then it must be a problem with CD Player configuration. Check wich
drive it looks for cds (settings dialog).
All the best,
> The CD drive is an HP 9100 burner that I know works for data.
> I searched the mail archives. What I got appeared to be unrelated hits.
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