[plug] XMMS problem
weirdit at gmail.com
Wed Nov 30 14:05:11 WST 2005
On 11/30/05, Shannon Carver <Shannon.Carver at p-s-t.com.au> wrote:
> Does it fly through them all??? Like many, many a second... I get this
> if a file is unreadable after I haven't mounted my MP3 drive properly,
> or the files been moved from a directory, or of course the file
> permissions aren't right.
This is usually the problem. Try removing the files from the playlist,
and re adding them. Also check that the Input Plugin for the audio
type you are trying to play, is enabled. Because for example, if the
mp3 plugin is disabled, it'll skip all mp3's in your play list.
I see I'm not the only one with a "Music Drive" that needs to be
mounted at startup, and probably not the only one who always forgets
to do it, then trys and plays music (this is because I don't reboot
often). Only difference seems, my drive is filled with FLAC's!! (I
love the quality, and it makes burning CD's for the car very easy.
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