Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 113793
No Ogg Vorbis file in default install
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:35 EST
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Description of problem:
The redhat-artwork package in Fedora Core 1 contains no Ogg Vorbis
file, which is a shame, because it's a very handy way to test whether
audio works with the usual audio playing programmes like xmms et al,
while having positive side-effects like introducing newbies to the Ogg
Vorbis filetype and convincing them that xmms and the sound system are
in fact set up correctly -- they just lack a plugin.
Also, Redhat used to have /usr/share/redhat-credits.ogg.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. get to a command line with root priveleges on a newly installed
2. issue the command find / -name *.ogg
3. peruse any resulting output
Actual Results: the issued command failed miserably to locate any ogg
files what so ever
Expected Results: the issued command should locate at least one ogg
file, preferable located in /usr/share, which xmms, rhythmbox and
other common programmes of a similar nature that come bundled in
fedora should be able to play (as long as sound is working)
I have 100% original music that My band would love to have included in
Fedora. The song can be found here:
I have a background in Fedora right now... frosty_pipes.jpg (for
whatever that's worth).
It would be a major honor if one of our bands songs could be included
in Fedora Core.
We would be willing to sign whatever is necessary in order to make
this happen. (from a legal standpoint).
I'm also the guy that started: linux.com and themes.org and can get
others to vouch for my credibility.
Feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trae "occy" McCombs
I suppose one could be included with system-config-soundcard.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 178124 ***