Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 465429
Unable to install Fluendo MP3 plugin
Last modified: 2017-05-08 07:31:30 EDT
Description of problem:
Fluendo MP3 "free" plugin was already installed before and I was able to play MP3 files. The last time was on Wednesday, Oct 1st. Today, Oct 3rd, I tried to play MP3 inside Rhythmbox and was asked to select a MP3 plugin to buy/download. Fluendo wasn't a valid option to select (no checkbox in its left side). Then, I moved my .gstreamer-0.10 directory to another place, restarted Rhythmbox and tried to play an MP3 file. I was now able to select the plugin, but it then fails to install.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
codeina: version 0.10.1, release 9.fc10
rhythmbox: version 0.11.6, release 11.5957.fc10
md5sum for the current fluendo plugin installed: 7e41c2db44606f554bec1e651e850c2f (not sure how to take the version of it).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. From a system mostly-up-to-date on Oct 1st, with a working Fluendo plugin installed, update all packages as available in Oct 3rd morning (UTC).
2. Play an MP3 file
Error while installing the Fluendo MP3 plugin.
Plugin installed and MP3 playing.
Created attachment 319333 [details]
screenshot showing the error while installing the fluendo plugin
You should get a debug log of codeina trying to install it;
CODEINA_DEBUG=5 codeina > out 2>&1
and try to install by hand. Attach the log. You might consider filing the bug upstream and closing it here.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 10 development cycle.
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