Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 53294
The SCSI cd drive will not play music cd's or rip cd
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:36:55 EDT
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Description of problem:
I have a SCSI cd and cd burner (NEC and Yamaha) run on Tekram dc-390. no
cdplayer, command line or Gnome or KDE will play cd's. I can rip ogg files
as root(not as user),but can't play cd's as root either. No messages of
any kind pop up. have checked permissions on /dev/cdrom and they are ok
according to your documentation on the web site.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): Roswell 2nd beta
Steps to Reproduce:
2.start cd player applet
3.the pause button pops up, no music plays, no messages of any kind light
goes out on CD drive
4. Check mixer settings OK
5. CHeck volume settings on desktop OK
6. check volume settings on player OK
Actual Results: Music intermittently comes out of the speakers when using
GCD player (as root only), it cycles through all of the tracks playing
little bleeps of music. No other player Gtcd or kscd plays at all.
Expected Results: Music should have played through my speakers. This
worked on Redhat 7.1
I have an A7v Asus mb with tekram dc-390 SCSI card, NEC 466 SCSI cdrom and
Yamaha 8424 SCSI CD-RW. NVidia TNT2 video. ALS4000 sound card working
great under ALSA drivers. XMMS plays MP3 and Ogg files great. System
sounds play under Gnome
This is prolly not a GNOME bug.
Is the audio cable connected between the cdrom drive and the soundcard ?