Problem with Media Files in Linux's Windows Portion

Jackie McBride abletec at
Tue Dec 28 20:37:51 UTC 2010

Make sure the case is correct when u type your filename. In windows,
it matters little--in linux, it matters *a lot*!

U do not mention your OS(s), if this is a vm or dual-boot system, etc.
Kind a hard to help unless folks know u & what it is you're runnin.

On 12/28/10, RiverWind <riverwind at> wrote:
> Greetings,
> When ever I typed in a few letters of a file name from within the
> working directory and then hit tab, I got a beep and nothing more.
> Moreover, using first one and then two quotation marks accomplished
> nothing. Ok, so the object of this "tab completion" procedure, is
> to get a list of files, ostensibly to play through mpg123. Even if
> I can get the procedure to work, how is it possible for the player
> to be brought into the operation as well? This is what the Windows
> environment does; it provides a list of files through which one can
> serf and make random selections. Is this even possible from the
> command line, I.E. generate a list from which files can be selected
> and then played?
> More to the point however, what is the likelihood of my ultimately
> being able to fix the original problem? After all, I can think of
> no reason why merely installing something so innocuous as sox would
> even cause such a problem in the first place. When once I can get
> a handle on how the problem occurred, I might become better able to
> affect a solution.
> Bright Blessings,
> RiverWind
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