On 07/16/2009 10:40 PM, [email protected] wrote:
What you're missing is that the codecs are required for the player to
load and play the media. The codecs are not required to read the
contents of the CD.
On Thu, 2009-07-16 at 22:26 -0400, [email protected] wrote:
Why is it that, when I insert an audio disk, I see it as an audio disk
my desktop, but when I click it, GNOME shows the .wav files that are
present. No application is suggested, even under "Open", to play the
Which part of "Fedora does not support proprietary formats" do you not
understand? If you want .wav support, you need to add codecs from a
non-Fedora repo. I apologize if you did this and it didn't work, but you
don't say so.
I can read the CD, so the codecs are installed.
What I explained is that the way to get the CD playing is far, very far,
from as obvious as if you were using a Mac or Windows.
User friendlyness is N-I-L.
A wonderful 3rd party repo is rpmfusion.org. They provide many
wonderful tools and options to make your desktop linux experience much
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