Description of problem:
XMMS has no sound. Using same settings that worked with FC11.
plugin: alsa 1.2.11 [libALSA.so]
Audio device: default (other settings do not work just like FC11)
software volume control: off
Mixer card: SB Audigy2 ZS [SB0350]
Mixer device: Master
System | Preferences | Sound
Configuration (hardware): Digital Stereo (IEC958) output, and analog stereo input. It passes it's speaker test (both left & right).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
uname -r: 220.127.116.11-112.fc13.i686.PAE
consistent, also true on previous FC13 kernel
Steps to Reproduce:
Connection is IEC958 co-ax to Cambridge Soundworks Dolby Digital (5.1)
VLC generates sound (at last) two changes occurred during the last test effort. Don't know which did the repair.
1 - update to "gstreamer" v0.10.29-2.fc13.i686
2. renamed "/usr/lib/vlc/meta_data/libtaglib_plugin.so" started "vlc", renamed the file back. Repair is "permanent", even across re-boots.
Tested with a standard audio (PCM/WAV) CD, no sound. VLC produces sound (hw: 0,3). I have tried all the ALSA output configurations. When I set XMMS ALSA output to hw:0,3 (not done with working fc11 version) I get the "please check that:" ... message. Same is true with everything except hw:0,0.
Odd - works fine here for me (using rawhide)
Try setting the device to ALSA with and just select the default for the output.
What is pulse audio device chooser showing?
Are you trying to play mp3 files (remember, if it's an MP3, try with a non-mp3 and if it works, report the fault to the rpmfusion guys who provide the mp3 support)
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