Update: Problem with Media Files in Windows

Karen Lewellen klewellen at shellworld.net
Tue Dec 28 02:04:07 UTC 2010

Hi Ray,
Feel free to ignore this question, I guess?, others will understand why 
you are doing it this way.
still, what type of media files are you playing with what in windows?
The files are compressed, but that does not explain what format they are 
in at the start?
I would be stunned if there were not a media program for playing files in 
debian, I can do this in dos after all.
Still my only guess and it indeed may be off is that your files are being 
changed in some fashion,  in theory at least the file type for Linux and 
windows are different if that makes sense.
Again this may not help at all, so you may ignore,

On Mon, 27 Dec 2010, RiverWind wrote:

> Greetings,
> In reference to my initial post, I can not understand how merely
> installing the Sox utility caused the hitherto discussed problem.
> However, I am wondering if there is some sort of reverse process
> that would allow me to return my system back to its original status
> prior to the problematic operation. That is of course, there aren't
> any other ways to set things right. In hopes of fixing the problem
> from another angle, I ran the "aptitude install mplayer -r"
> command. However, although it seemed to go through just fine, I
> still am not able to play media files in windows. Moreover, I have
> no idea how to do so in command line mode, especially when the
> files are in zip format. Whilst in windows, the file is compressed
> and played almost automatically.
> Bright Blessings,
> RiverWind
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