xmms fails to play on 7.0
oberman at es.net
Sat Mar 1 00:28:16 UTC 2008
> From: Beech Rintoul <beech at freebsd.org>
> Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 21:03:10 -0900
> On Thursday 28 February 2008, Kevin Oberman said:
> > I have two FreeBSD systems running 7.0 and xmms fails to play MP3s
> > on both systems. It starts up, but when I play, the time zips
> > through the MP3 at around 100 times the correct speed. (About 3.25
> > seconds for a 4 minute MP3). The spectrum display seems to show the
> > song playing, but there is no sound.
> > I do get the error:
> > Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to load module "libgnomebreakpad.so": Shared
> > object "libgnomebreakpad.so" not found, required by "xmms"
> > I get this with a lot of working Gnome apps, so I suspect it is a
> > read herring. I can confirm that I have
> > /usr/local/lib/gtk-2.0/modules/libgnomebreakpad.so, but I am not
> > sure if that directory is in the shared library load path.
> > Other players including totem and mpg123 play it fine, so it is
> > specific to xmms.
> > Any ideas? Shall I fine a PR?
> Check that your output plugin is set to OSS and not the Disk Writer
> plugin in your preferences. What your describing sounds exactly like
> the behavior when you're converting something to burn. If that's not
> it, file a pr with as much config and system info as you can. Also,
> you didn't say if you were running xmms or xmms2.
Thanks so much, Beech.
I have no idea why the last upgrade of xmms caused the default to switch
output devices, but it did on all 3 of my systems and switching back to
OSS fixed it right up.
That said, I still plan to move to xmms2 after my system finishes
rebuilding all of its ports this weekend after my move from RELENG_7 to
HEAD. (I normally run HEAD, but I stay on a new version until it is
R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer
Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)
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