xmms problem fixed
hare.george at gmail.com
Fri Dec 16 21:10:07 UTC 2005
George Hare wrote:
> My problem was after updating xmms using up2date, I opened xmms, went
> into preferences and saw that I retained all my input plug-ins but
> when I tried to click (Gnome) on the output plug-ins, it would not
> open...as if they all had been eradicated. So I deleted xmms and tried
> to install an earlier version as was suggested. I am somewhat new to
> Linux and could not install it. I didn't know where to put it for one
> thing...(/usr/local)? So I put it in my Home Directory and kept
> getting an error message something about "recursive". My methodology
> for using Linux is definately not the best; I usually keep fumbling
> around until I get something to work. By the time I get it to work, I
> have forgotten the steps that I took. My other music player still
> works, but I like xmms best. Thanks.
You're on x86_64, right?
Hope this helps,
Thanks James. Worked like a charm.
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